Thanks you 2 for responding.
The reason I thought about using Vector light was to get just a little more free memory. As you know, virtualizing successful has a lot to do with extra memory. I figured it I got even 16mb to 32mb extra of ram that isn't being used by the host OS, it would be that much better.
But I think you are right, the regular version of Vector is not a bloated OS...it is still light compared to SuSE or Fedora. So either way, I will probably get the performance I want on the VM.
I like trying new things and I always love light versions of distro's. But Vector itself is light compared to other distro's, but Vector Light is so fast, it is just to tempting not to get Sun's VB to run on it.