I love this qustion because I love computers and I love talking about them. But anyway, I have a Dell XPS M140 laptop. I loved it when I first got it. And even though it is approximately 4 years old now, it still works awesomely. I also have a Dell Inspiron 1520 which I bought just after its release. What is funny is that I went to Dell and built a 1520 to my satisfaction, and when I got done with it, the laptop was going to cost me about $3000.00. There was no way I could afford that, so I almost didn't get one. But then IO went to Dell Outlet, and I found a 1520 that, minus one small detail, was built just the way I was going to have one built. I looked at the price, and surprisingly it was being sold for $1150.00. I called the outlet store before I bought it and asked why it was so cheap. The rep told me that it was just built, but the owner changed his mnd before they could send it to him. He said that it was brand new, had no dings or scratches whatsoever, and worled flawlessly. So I took a chance and ordered it. And the rep was right. I have had it for about a year and a half now. and it still looks and works like it was brand new. When I received it, I upgraded the hard drive to a 200gb 7200 RPM drive, and the RAM from the 2gb to 4gb DDR2 667Mhz RAM. This laptop is tweaked out, and it is the best laptop that I have ever had or even seen. And I also have a Dell XPS 410. I have had ttrouble with this computer from day one, but it isnt anything under the warranty. Besides, I believe that I Finally got it all fixed. I have had it for about 4 years as well now, and it still looks and works as though it was brand new. I am having blue screen issues with it though, which is really due to the operating system. When I get time, I am going to install the OS in it again, but with a different OS disk, becazuse I think the one that I used has a bad file or damaged kernell in it. Anyway, well, that raps up all the Dell stuff that I have. Bottom line is I absolutely love Dell computers. They really rock. Thanks for reading.