Okay, let's get one thing straight. While I think Feisty is pretty stable, it is still in development. Sometimes not all the updates get in at once, and if one of those updates is the linux-restricted-modules, your proprietary drivers aren't there. Wireless cards, ATi, and nVidia won't work. So, unless you are 100% comfortable with browsing the web using lynx, IRC'ing through irssi, and writing papers using vi or nano, don't try Feisty. This is not for beginners who can't fix things from the command line. I've seen a lot of Feisty posts in the Absolute Beginners Section of Ubuntuforums. If you still need to post in ABS, you shouldn't be using Feisty. There is a separate section of the forums for Feisty discussion. Use it. But anyway, if you can't sit at a command line and feel comfortable, you are probably not ready to try to use something that could break at any moment.