First, I want to say that his distribution of Linux as absolutely terrific - I think the developers have done an extraordinary job. I found a review on the web in which the author expressed the view that Elementary Linux could be the "next big thing" in the Linux Community. I think that's it's certainly a possibility. I actually compiled web and mail servers on my PC (from source) simply to see what problems might arise. It was a bit tricky, but I got both web and mail servers working. ANYWAY: Why Midori? It doesn't do flash (as far as I can tell) and it's just kind of an oddball package, in my opinion. I don't like the manner in which it shows visited pages in a tab bar, either. Also, the only included package with which I've had technical problem is "Scratch". I have to install Gedit because Scratch keeps failing. Still, a great job by the development team - very fast, great wallpapers.....certainly the sort of thing that could lure folks away from Windows.