If someone could pass this suggestion on i'd appreciate it. It's going to sound a little picky, and probably crazy but I'm an honest and forward person so I'll just say it. Someone needs to change the FreeBSD boot menu. The way the word/logo "FreeBSD" is displayed in large font with, ASCII characters, reminds me of the 1990`s with BBS`s. Don`t get me wrong, I loved the days of the BBS. But it`s 2009 and FreeBSD is a solid, professional, enterprise-grade operating system and the silly ASCII logo is the only thing that says amateur about the product. I would try to make the change myself for myself, but i am not a programmer. I love this product and would like to suggest changing that screen. To what? I don't know. Maybe instead of the large logo simply put "FreeBSD version XXX, copy right" etc. Or heck, maybe a color bootscreen like GRUB has in Linux (from what i've seen in Centos/Trixbox). I am not a linux person. I think FreeBSD is the way for professionals. But the inner perfectionist in me HAD to send this ridiculous email in hopes to see a change in v 7.1 RTM. If this isn't the right group, and you know how to get in touch with the people who can help, I would greatly appreciate it. Cheers to everyone who has made this great product! Ryan da Silva _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"