Hi guys, I've been using an XPS 13 for a few years, and am wanting to upgrade to something with a GPU for machine learning and a bit of light gaming. I use Ubuntu as my primary OS for work, but want to dual boot it with Windows 10. I've read a lot of conflicting evidence on how well 18.04 runs on the 2018 Razer, and lots of the information is a little old. So, I'm starting this thread to ask if anyone has had success recently, without too much effort (though I'm able to work with custom patches / tweaks to get things working). For those who have got it working: 1. What's the battery like while on Ubuntu? I really need 4 hours or more for the laptop to be useful for work and meetings, etc. 2. Have you got the GPU working well on Ubuntu, either for gaming or ML-models? Gaming would be on Windows, so no real concern there. 3. Have you been able to drive multiple monitors while on Ubuntu? At the moment I run 2 externals from my Dell without issue, and would like to be able to do the same. 4. Anyone using a USB-C dock while on Ubuntu? I think I'll probably need to get one, so hoping someone has a recommendation! 5. The model I'm looking at only has a 256GB SSD. Wondering if that'd be enough for a dual boot, considering only running 3 or 4 games on the Windows side at a time? No other media requirements (use external HD). 6. What's been your general experience with the laptop? They seem pretty amazing... very close to pushing the buy button! Thanks in advance - this forum is a great resource for people joining the Razer/Linux community!