I have my system triple booting, Win7 HP, Froyo, and Ubuntu 10.10 (with mostly 11.04 userspace and 220.127.116.11). The V2.1 wifi/bt module appears to work perfectly (though I have not actually used bt for anything, it shows up as detected and configured in the kernel messages). I have uTouch and ginn 2 finger gestures working as well. Compositing is working quite well, and compiz-fusion under "classic" gnome works as expected. Unity has some major usability issues without a hardware keyboard. You can't type using any of the soft keyboards (I've got onboard, gok, AND Florence) when using any of the Unity overlay searches. By far, I find florence the most featured, but also the least polished. Florence is also not usable for locked screens or at gdm login. I've been able to "get by" using a combination of onboard and florence, however, if you plan on using the Unity, you'll want to have a bt keyboard or that attractive leather keyboard case
. Standard gnome with these fixes work fine, but you lose out on the finger friendliness of Unity. Its unlikely, but some of the distribution mismatching I've been doing with userspace apps and my updated kernel may be related to some of the unity issues. Once I iron out most of the usability issues Ill build an image for other community members to easily get started with a fully working hardware baseline.