I am considering it, but it's quite daunting since I just got a new job and all. I'd see what I can do in my free time. I finally learnt how to use some basic functions in GIMP, would be easier to do a guide with some screens on my dual monitor setup. Setting up Nvidia proprietary drivers forced me to learn how to write my own xorg.conf files in order to span desktops across multiple screens and allow games to run full screen without eating up other screen as real estate. (>.<)'" If anyone needs a guide on how to hammer out their own xorg.conf files when using proprietary Nvidia drivers for dual headed setups could drop me a message. I'd go via popularity and see what's the first guide I'd be doing here. The need to game made me learn a ton of stuff I never knew about Linux though, learnt so much and there's seems to be an infinite fount that remains untapped. Real exciting times. Well, I'm currently enjoying Divinity:Original Sin via steam using wine version 1.7.22 with minimal fuss. It's basically plug and play; anyone out there need a guide for that? Drop me a message on any specific game that is in need of penguin's affection, otherwise I'd just go ahead and post game installation guides as I acquire new games not supported on Linux. Good news though, I suspect my role will diminish rapidly as more and more games are released on Linux.