And it is the finest Linux distribution I have ever used. I used to use SUSE back in the 2001-2004 time, before Novell bought it. I liked buying the boxed version at Best Buy or CompUSA. After Novell bought it, they jacked up the price and it went away from the retailers. I'd heard good things about this upstart Ubuntu distro and that is what I started using. When OpenSUSE came out, I stuck with Ubuntu, because I liked it. Recently though I was wanting to try out a new distribution on a Windows machine I was upgrading to Linux, and the OpenSUSE with the latest KDE blew me away.
After getting my new Core i7, 27" iMac, I was thinking about setting up the Boot Camp partition with Windows 7, but thought I'd try OpenSUSE on Boot Camp. I downloaded the freshly released 11.2 in 64-bit and was hooked. I can run Windows 7 in a Fusion Virtual Machine without any trouble, so my newly carved out Boot Camp partition goes OpenSUSE. My machine is *nix to the metal. It's a good feeling.
If you are a Windows developer and are looking for a nice, clean operating system for a change (Yeah, I know Windows 7 is the bomb. I don't care), I heartily recommend upgrading to a Mac, and Boot Camping, 64-bit style with OpenSUSE Linux.