I have a fair experience with using Linux, but this time is not for me, but for my grandmother. My grandmother is very attached to her old system and cannot bear to use a new system because of its unfamiliarity. Here's the specs: Intel Celeron 633 Mhz SDRAM on Slot #1 and DDR2 on Slot #2 Total: 160 MB RAM Intel 82810 Graphics Controller (32 mb video card) Some info: Used to run on Window ME then.... ran moderately on XP with massive tweaks (stop connections to Internet, strip security softwares, turn off all graphics, use Mz Ultimate Tweaker) Here's the news: Normally this computer was used for "everything" years ago, but after a few years this system was left to be a word processor (once MS then Openoffice then Abiword). Here's what should happen: I challenge D-A-L members to find a Linux Distro that would allows this system to connects to the Internet without the massive tweaks seen on the XP. This Linux Distro should, but not limited to: Friendly User Interface -grandmother needs this Works with Canon S450 Printer -for her printing needs Have Firefox or Chrome -surfing the web with the best browser available Thank you! @townsbg Glad to see you're still around! Your help years ago was very beneficially.