Good to know that you're happy with it, other than the wireless problem.
It's always good to have first-hand accounts.
These days, I mostly work at home, but for those that are on the move more often, it seems that the 901 is very adequate.
Especially for things such as web and mail, skyping and the like... I would only miss a cd drive.
With several distros releasing eee versions, it is a shame for vector to be left behind. I'm not sure how many people actually got one of those, but it seems that it has been a successful product, and a domain where Linux is flourishing.
I also don't know how much work a Veeector Linux version would entail (okay, sorry for the silliness). I thought that if it ran Xandros, then VL would be a sure thing just by putting the resolution in xorg.conf, but it seems to be more complicated than that. Definitely one would need to get the wireless working... and perhaps a new kernel.
At the same time, it seems a bit silly for all these distros to be jumping in the wagon, given that it is a single product, and there are many more companies developing similar computers.