And I'm installing software on it. The first thing I have to do is to install Win XP. Sadly, a total moron that created that system thinks that it's a great idea to have the user instert the Win XP install CD and then confirm validate the stupid system by inserting a stupid Restore Something CD, and then insert the stupid Win XP install CD to start the stupid system. While the whole idea is annoying by itself, I had some technical problems - I couldn't format the HDD. So, I had to restart the comp instert, the Win XP install CD and then confirm validate the damned system by inserting a damned Restore Something CD, and then insert the damned Win XP install CD to start the damned system. I've noticed that the install program proposed me to install SCSI drivers, but before I could react the opportunity have passed and the damned install program said that it can't detect the damned HDD. So, I had to restart the comp, insert the fucking Win XP install CD and then confirm validate the fucking system by inserting a fucking Restore Something CD, and then insert the fucking Win XP install CD to start the fucking system again. So, it seemed that the problems ended, in the middle of the install the installer wanted me to write the moronic CD-Key. For some reason the CD-key wasn't on the CD envelope and I had to search it for a half of a hour. It turned out that some moron put the CD-key and certificate of authenticity on the PC Box. CD-Keys are annoying even without putting them in weird places. I understand that the band of morons has trouble with pirates, but, I don't care. I don't want to have anything to do with their stupid little wars. I'm buying my software, so I want to be treated with respect, which means no fucking with CD checks, CD-Keys (unless it's shareware), spying with internet and other moronic shit that they invent. Seriously, world would be much better if all non-shareware software could be installed like Fallout - without moronic CD checks, CD-Keys, Malware, Spyware and other shit that comes with things that people buy in stores. It doesn't work anyway and even if it would, user's comfort when installing and using software is more important.