I downloaded it last month and gave it a spin...overall a solid utility that makes it easy to edit boot order, change installation names, etc. Considering all of the utilities Microsoft bought in order to incorporate their features into Vista I'm surprised they didn't think of this.

I do have one gripe, however...it will only acknowledge my primary installation of XP Professional SP2 (C:\) and Vista (D:\). No matter what, it will not acknowledge the existence of the other two OSes, a second installation of XP professional SP2 and an installation of XP Professional x64.

Despite that apparent flaw, I do like and recommend VistaBootPRO.