This is kinda comical, in a very pathetic way. eWeek says that many of the PC's in use for business really aren't Vista ready. Uh, Redmond, we have a problem. Williams attributes the poor state of hardware readiness among North American companies to the sharp increase in the hardware resources required to run Vista; the fact that many organizations are maintaining longer hardware refresh cycles where they support PCs for more than five years; and a lack of easy access to the PC inventory information needed to implement an effective life cycle management process. To be fair, there's been other experts stating that Vista would be the fastest adopted version of Windows. Still, I can't shake the feeling Vista is going to be the biggest flop since Windows ME.