who are nervous about Vista, but not everyone.
In the first month of its release more copies of Vista have been sold than in the first two months of Windows XP's life. That doesn't mean that Vista has captured the hearts of the computer-using public, it's far too early to say that, but it does mean that early Vista sales have exceeded expectations.
Think back to the early days of Windows XP and you'll remember all kinds of driver-related issues. It's more or less inevitable, given the huge variety of hardware devices available, and the considerable ammount of work involved in developing new drivers. Some makers are faster at it thanothers, and some just don't bother, on the basis that they'll release a new, Vista-compatible device anyway, and they want the market to migrate - cash-flow is king in the consumer-electronics industry, because development costs are so high.