Awesome guys, Thanks!! That clears up just about everything on my end....now on to my other issue I'm having. My boss wants me to build him a PC for his office which runs a software called Cabnetware. The software "gurus" (I say that term lightly with those guys) there say that they only use XP with Cabnetware as Vista has been giving them troubles, let alone Vista 64 bit. They recommend that he use XP, which means he will buy XP right now, and when support runs out for XP in a year, he will be buying Vista (spending more money).
He wants the fastest PC he can get for multitasking (Check this thread if your curious of what I have recommended for him)
, but if he uses XP 32 bit, that 4th gig of RAM does him little to no good other than futureproofing for Vista. By then, he may just opt for a new PC anyway. So, I'm in a wierd position right now on this and would really like to figure this out as it has both me and my boss scratching our heads and I want to give him a definitive answer. We want Vista, but we need the software to run properly as well. I guess I know my answer, but I would love any thoughts on this other than double booting, as he is definitely no computer guru.