Linux is big business these days, and gOS has the ear of trendsetting PC maker Everex and also a spot on Walmart's shelves running Everex's $199 desktop. The units quickly sold out among limited supply.
So here I am, caught in the hype and blogging from one of our D600's running gOS. (At least until I couldn't add a picture to my post without Firefox crashing. Now I'm back on my trusty IBM Thinkpad T23)
I'll say one thing: gOS is damn pretty. Our mostly novice clientale agreed: I setup a Dell D600 running gOS on our 32" LCD in the showroom and encouraged customers to play around with it and give me feedback -- overwhelmingly people said this was a good looking OS.
But it's whats under the hood that matters most: Until gOS makes computers more user friendly then the alternatives from Microsoft and Apple it has little practical utility for the average user.