It arrived three days ago with Vista preinstalled. I subsequently shrunk the Windows partition to make way for Fedora 10. I decided to make the switch from Ubuntu to Fedora for no significant reason other than change - and to simplify setting up the MSP430 tool chain. So far so good.
Setting up dual boot was considerably easier this time. This is because I cheated and used a third party windows bootloader tool to set it up. Although there are undoubtedly 'better' ways of doing this, I found EasyBCD really simple to use. There are even Fedora specific instructions for how to do the install. My first attempts at dual booting Ubuntu/XP a year ago, required at least two reinstallations of the MBR (mainly becuase i didn't know what i was doing) so this tool was a welcome change.