I guess it is some sort of review….they seem happy at geek.com
Read it here
I cant recommend strongly enough making the migration. Switching from Windows to Ubuntu as my primary OS was a snap, and its the best thing Ive done for my PC. I made computing fun again, and thats the truth. Ubuntu comes with a Live CD (downloadable ISO), which also doubles as an install program once the Live CD boots into a full test-drive version of Ubuntu. Double-click the desktop icon to install Ubuntu onto your own machine if you like it. One thing I do recommend is getting yourself a new hard drive for the install. It will make everything so much easier and will allow you to keep your complete system setup as it is today should you wish to go back to whatever OS youre currently using. Ubuntu can be installed without a new hard drive, but some users may find it more tricky and more difficult than it needs to be when a US$60+ investment in a new hard drive can save so many hassles.
Leaving Redmond, Washington, was never so easy. Just hop on the Ubuntu Express Way, put the pedal to the metal, and go.