I've been looking for some possible solutions to my Windows-quandaries. I think I've decided that installation on Windows 7, Vista, XP, 32-bit, or 64-bit is kind of a pain. I use an auto-updater that I built that tries to sort it all out (and works, but still requires an installation path for different version of Windows). Of course, for Linux users, I take a simpler approach. Just use Java Webstart, so things get installed and stay updated automatically. My question is, particularly for Windows users, would you buy a game that installed via Java Webstart? For those who would be willing... I just updated my Martians Vs. Robots installer to support Windows 7, Mac Snow Leopard, and 64-bit variations of XP, Vista, and Win7. Would you please try it out, and then afterwards, try out the Java Webstart method (via the Linux link - which will work for any OS). Please list your OS (including 32-bit or 64-bit variation), whether or not each one worked, and your general thoughts/feelings about how the two installation experiences compared. Any feedback for this matter is GREATLY appreciated! Thanks!