I have to shake my head toooo many times when I visit some websites. So many have bought into the propaganda that "98% of the web browsers have Flash". This simply isn't the case. I often will not install flash on my systems, for various reasons, and sometimes I simply cannot install flash. For example, I'm running Kubuntu Linux on my desktop PC, which has an AMD 64 bit processor. So, I'm running the 64bit version of Kubuntu. According to the specs I've seen so far I have only two options to try and get Flash running on this box - install a chrooted instance of a 32 bit distro and do my web browsing from there, or try and get one of the open source projects for running Flash operational on my box. These projects are still beta and from what little I've read, they tend to be unstable at this stage (expected for beta code though).