I find myself liking less and less about Windows 7. Most of these may be classified as me getting old and not wanting to change the way of doing things, but if something works well, why change? It seems many of the changes in Win7 were changed just for the sake of changing, and that's never a good reason, IMO. The default taskbar is broken. I like the idea of "pinning" programs to the taskbar for easy access. However, to drop the Quick Launch feature in exchange for pinning items was just foolish. On a XP machine, I usually have 7-8 items in my quick launch folder, but only run one or two at a time. If I were to go the pinning route, those items would always be in my task tray, forcing me to skip over non-running programs in order to access the running programs. For some this is a non-issue, but for me this means no programs are pinned, and I am without a quick launch.