The good: • Free (for now). • Large directory of applications that are easy to install and uninstall. • Simple way to create a USB key w/included software. • Multiple types of installations, including ones that can sit alongside your normal OS. • Windows emulator (WINE) so you can run many applications you're used to. • OS and applications automatically update.
The bad: • Can't have multiple applications on screen at the same time. • Downloaded applications are organized for you and cannot be reorganized. • Does not work on all Netbooks, only certain models. • Linux-related hang ups like limited driver support.[Jolicloud][Via]