Yup, I've got the "Community" release (read: beta). Works fine!
It's so nice only having to change three little settings after the install for it to be "tweaked" the way I like. With Windows, it takes FOREVER installing every app, uninstalling the stupid junk like IE, and adding the updates. Lets not forgot the reboot required after just about every little thing!
This installed almost everything I want; I just slapped Firebird on, installed the extensions I need for Firebird, imported my old book marks and thats it!
Can't really tell much of a speed difference yet...I haven't been doing anything except downloading with Pan...
At least it has Hyperthreading support. Still waiting for the 64-Bit version 10 final; then I'll nab an Athlon 64 (with the 2800+ version out now (or soon), the price should be just right!). I'm quite hesitant to upgrade now with all the new mobo's coming out...But 20% speed boost over 32-bit? Yeah, I'll take that. Although it'd rock to have one of the 3700+'s when it comes out in May. Or 4000/4200+ early next year.
I hate to say it, but the lack-luster performance of my old 2.4GHz P4C (and this 2.6GHz system) has made me want to switch to AMD.
Soon to be proud user of Mandrake 10 (again!). SuSE 9 sucks!