So it sounds like Microsoft will be offering 5 flavors of Windows 7 when it is released; â¢ Windows 7 Starter Edition (for emerging market and netbook users) â¢ Windows 7 Home Basic (for emerging market customers only) â¢ Windows 7 Home Premium (the main âMedia Centerâ equivalent) â¢ Windows 7 Professional (the business SKU for home users and non-enterprise licensees) â¢ Windows 7 Enterprise (for volume licensees) â¢ Windows 7 Ultimate (for consumers who want/need business features) I think Microsoft is making this as confusing as choosing which Linux distro you want to run (CentOS? Ubuntu? openSUSE? Knoppix? Fedora? Kubuntu? Debian? Gentoo? ...)! The question is going to be, though, how crippled each version above "Ultimate" is going to be. What do YOU think?