Awesome job to one and all who worked on this.
<---- What would cause this? The fact that Gloria (whether Ubuntu's doing, or Mint's doing, I don't know) now recognizes my Creative Zen as soon as I plug it in, and the icon even says so.
With each new Mint release, there are fewer, and fewer reasons to dual boot into Windows.
Within 30 minutes, I had installed Gloria onto my primary partitions, updated, installed restricted drivers, and installed K3b, Amarok, and Audacity. It would have been quicker, but I had too many mount points to type in, for the numerous partitions that I have spread across four hard drives.
Once again, great job to all! Makes me wonder what the Mint Team is going to pull off next! Whatever it is, it'll be great, I'm sure.