Sorry I’ve been AWOL. I finally received my Fujitsu P1620 and have been very busy since. Here’s why. I ordered my P1620 with a 32GB solid state disk (SSD) because SSDs promise longer battery life, faster boot up time, speedier performance and lesser risk of failure than a HDD. I also chose Vista over XP Tablet PC edition because I believe Vista has better tablet support. However, Vista, particularly with SP1, takes up over 10GB, and my C drive has only 28GB (there is a separate recovery partition). So I wanted to try to slim down Vista using the well-known vLite. Eventually I was successful. vLite halved my Vista SP1 install from about 10GB to about 5GB! This saved almost 18% of the available space on the C drive. And I wasn’t all that aggressive about slimming Vista down; if I really wanted to, I could have saved even more space. But it was not easy. Since I have received a lot of help on forums and from articles on the Internet, I thought I’d return the favor, and have published this tutorial, Creating a vLite SP1 Install in 32,767 Easy Steps. I hope you find it useful. If you have any comments or corrections, please post a comment here.