Re: Looking to Linux, any suggestions?
For gaming... stick to Windows. If you're going to put the effort into getting Linux to work with most games you'll have to invest in Transgaming's monthly fee to download their Cedega software that allows you to "emulate" DirectX in Linux. If you have an ATi card don't even bother really. Their drivers, though working for the most part, are quite slow compared to Windows drivers. You should try Ubuntu for a start. I hear it's very n00b friendly.