The IE interface has been completely redesigned, making the buttons, address bar, etc locked into their respective positions. For reference, click here to see the new layout. That's something you would have to adjust to. In addition, not all toolbars may be compatible with IE7 yet, another thing to take into consideration.
I'd say download/install it and give it a shot. If you don't like it you can uninstall it and revert to the way it was before.
I've been reading several posts with questions about changes in the members set-up after installing the new IE7.Makes mequestion whether or not to install it myself.Even though there seem to be some advantages to the new program,I've grown accustomed to easily navigating around IE6 even though popular opinion says it is antiquated and outdated.For example:there is of course a header bar at the top of the page withfollowing buttons:forward,back,stop,refresh,fav.,history,print,etc...underneath is another bar,I guess the google My Search bar.It has 5 columns which you can put 10 sites each and go to just by clicking on.It's like having 50 my favorite buttons all organized.I use about 15 or 20 of these daily.Does anyone know if that would be LOST if I install the new IE7?Thanks for reading such a long entry.All or any help appreciated.Chucker.