I love Win7, but there are a ton of little awkward things when moving up from XP. I'll see if I can describe this particular annoyance: When saving a file, with a lot of folders listed in the dialog, good old "XP" would descend into a folder with a simple double-click. Simple and intuitive. Not so with Win7. When double-clicking a file that's on the right side of the dialog, the first click gets routed to 'reposition'...IOW, it scrolls the whole folder list to the left. So then, of course, the second click of the double-click gets routed instead to another folder that has now been moved under the mouse cursor. So the second folder now gets scrolled to the left. And I'm still on the same folder level, but now have to hunt for the target folder again. The way around this is to first single-click the desired folder to bring it into focus, etc. Then double-click it. Awkward, and I can't seem to ever remember that, so my reflexes from years of Win95/ME/XP want to just double click the folder, resulting in the above. I ask about this on the slim chance that anyone can even follow that description, and that perhaps there is a registry fix.