Received mine Feb 9, love it. Core2Duo T7200 2.0GHz, 2MB DDR2 667MHz RAM, NVIDIA GPU, Vista Ultimate, AV kit, Samsung LCD, Draft N wifi, Bluetooth, 9-cel battery. Battery sticks out a bit i nback, butI got used to that quick, and I prefer to use the box wherever I want without being plugged in rather than be tethered to the power cord all the time. One recommendation: if you don't wipe and reinstall, remember to set restore point after you first fire it up and things automatically install. I didn't, (too excited to get started playing) and something I added later didn't install correctly and it was a pain to solve. I get an error screen every time I cold boot warning me about a Sonic driver (something for the Roxio software for the DVD recorder) but I rarely shut it down, just put it to sleep, so can wait a while longer for MS and Roxio to get over finger pointing and fix it. My screen is Samsung and beautiful, good saturation and no light leakage. The gamma was off but not noticeably, ixed with Adobe Gamma. Case is well built, I had none of the keyboard flex or battery wiggle I've read about elsewhere. I got the draft N wifi card for future, have a G wireless network at home and it works great. Speakers tinny, but earbuds great. Got the NVIDIA GPU, loving it after updating the drivers.
Was hard to get used to 12" screen but not the weight! Very luggable, sturdy, and I don't agree with other postings that it runs overly hot.
Can't speak to games much, but WoW is fun and runs Burning Crusade extension at 100-180 latency over WiFi on low power settings. Sound choppy at times, but not enough to make me invest the time to research whether this is hardware, driver, game software, OS or latency-related.