One problem cropped up today which rather reminded me to upgrade. I'd a borrowed hard drive with some data I was looking to integrate into a project. Alas, it was not recognized. I eventually turned to (trial) partition magic, which nicely identified it as having NTFS 3.1 (read: formatted for winXP)
Odd that win2k can't read it. NT4 even has a patch to access it. After about an hour's worth of searching I gave up, moved it over to my linux machine. One command later and I was SCPing the data off of the drive.
It amused me that debian stable had better support (in this case) for NTFS than win2k.