Yes, I use that driver, and it does work quite well.
You should note, however that it does not allow you to access ext2/etx3 file systems created in a Logical Volume. (This is quite reasonable since a LV can contain file systems on any type, so the Windows driver would have to deal with an additional level of abstraction and support almost all Linux file types. Perhaps some future release will do that, but it's "good enough" for me right now.)
You didn't ask this, but the ntfs-3g driver will give you r/w access to your ntfs drives from your Linux OS.