I would like to talk about one hypothetical scenario under which the Transmeta stuff becomes very interesting. As we all know now, the chips will use “code morphing” to translate x86 instructions to Crusoe instructions. One must assume that “Mobile Linux” will run natively on those chips. If the Crusoe chips become incredibly popular for laptops and handhelds due to their low power consumption, then the fact that Mobile Linux will run faster than Windows on those chips could give Linux a very nice inroad into the OS market that it doesn’t already have.