For those who aren't aware of it, there is an effort well underway to create an OS that's binary compatible with Microsoft Windows, named ReactOS. Right now you can download an ISO and run it, although it's not very stable yet and it's still in alpha stage. But there's progress being made. I love Linux and dislike Windows, but I see this as a very positive development. There should be as many choices as possible. And since there's a HUGE glut of software that ONLY runs on Windows, and resists running under Wine, it seems like it's a very needed thing, especially for people who mainly run Linux and only want to run a little bit of third-party Windows software, but don't want to spring for a whole Windows license to do it. But it seems some Linux fans have less favorable opinions about recreating the OS we seek to get away from. What do you think? Is ReactOS a good thing?