Basically, I want the Dyne:bolic box to be a playback machine, and the Ubuntu box is just gonna sit there and feed a nice static graphic (or maybe an animated logo, if I get bored). The Ubuntu box will be my desktop, because, whilst it’s fine for WWW stuff and the spot of word-processing… I have too much crap installed on it. Contrary to popular opinion, Windows is far easier to trim services/background apps on for extra speed than Linux on the desktop is. The amount of crap Gnome/Ximian/Nautilus leaves lying around is truly disgusting if you ever want to try and stop all the processes and just have something work on its own. I could launch into a failsafe X session and just run what I want from there, I guess… always a possibility. Can’t do that on Windows (if someone says “safe mode” I might stab them).