Huh I can do that... also win key + r.
Not being able to hit the Windows button, type 'run', 'cmd', or 'services.msc' and have the respective window open.
Ooo something I really liked about it is what I saw today when installing it on a Toshiba Satellite A105... It has the vista capable logo on it and not the vista premium ready logo.... which means if vista is loaded it can't run aero effects unless you work around or something. Really cool thing is there are aero effects by default on it after I installed Win 7 Home premium onto it. I was also amazed that not only did Toshiba support XP and vista on this but they even went out of their way to support it on windows 7 with a driver/software package. I very much doubt this would have happened in the earlier XP era of Microsoft (like 4 years before vista). So +1 to M$ on a great release they definitely have improved things with drivers and hardware support.