Good idea, you 're not the first
I have seen multiple companies offering such deals to small businesses and well-to-do homeusers.
Things being as they are now, a good admin can charge anywhere in between US $30 and US $100 per hour for administrating *NIX boxen.
Home users generally don't have that budget and there is plenty of companies that do.
This puts homeusers in the position where they either have to pay more for the *NIX guy then the kid next door.
Because you don't pay a licence fee the *NIX solution would
be roughly as expensive as the M$ solution, but most people
don't see it that way.
If they don't have more then 1 computer at home, most of them want something they can get all their apps and games for, linux is getting there fast, but right now, there is more homeuser software for M$ machines.
I think it will be a good year before linux and the market are going to be doing linux as primary OS on the home desktop.
Getting there, some stuff doesn't seem to work yet
Well, I got 3.9.17 compiled after hacking out the DOCSDIR
references, not what you'd expect after waiting this long.
Loads of openGL stuff isn't working and needs hacking.
I managed to get some of the xscreensaver openGL demo's compiled
but most of them need glu stuff that I can't find implemented yet.
Performance on a TNT2 isn't what I'd expect of it yet, but it's a new
card, so optimalisation may take some time.