“Reviewers like to evaulate Linux distros for the mythical Uncle Ralph and Aunt Faye, the prototypical clueless technophobes. Can Aunty and Uncle, who still rub sticks together to make fire, install and run Linux? Let’s get real. Computers are complex machines for performing complex tasks. There is always a learning curve. No one sits down to any PC–not Mac, not Windows, none of them–starting from zero knowledge, and is instantly productive.” The review is at LinuxPlanet. Another one at InfoWorld.