Originally Posted by dr_casper
I kinda like Mint, and id rather go back to Win XP than have GNOME.
You do realize that Mint's version of GNOME is more Windows-like than Ubuntu's version, right? Just the bottom panel and Mint Menu makes Mint look more like LXDE than GNOME, and if you try the KDE spin maybe you can have a desktop that's even more Windows-like. Xfce may also work, and Mint Xfce may also be easy for Windows users to use. Generally, Mint looks more like Windows than Ubuntu, and so using Mint is a good idea, period.