I have decided to give Linux another shot, I knew I wanted to do something other than Windows a long time ago and tried Linux (then Red Hat and Knoppix CD). I just didn't get it! Now for the record I'm no technical dumb-dumb, I have a Computer Science degree and I am A+ Certified (not then but basically the same level of technical understanding). Long story short I discovered the magic of Mac & OS X and for the last 7+ years I have exclusively used Macs in my personal life (we all work on Windows @ work right!). That said, I still love my Mac but I have started to become bored with the day-to-day use of OS X and started looking back at Linux and other Open Source tools. To help me get back up to speed I started seeking Linux podcasts; this is one of the first I found and after listening to many "and I mean many", this is still one of the best. The Going Linux podcast is a nice balance of fun and information. Now the cheesy: the one thing that makes me cringe each and every time I hear it (literally) is when the co-hosts say "hi" and repeat the name of the caller, as though they are at an AA meeting, that my friends (IMHO) is so CHEESY! Other than that, I absolutely love the show. I am looking forward to more shows and learning more about Linux. Thanks for all you guys do and keep up the good work.