We put that Nautilus pre-release to bed a few days back, and now we're back working on fleshing out all the features. Then we get to my favorite part (I admit it). Fixing all the bugs.
I like the publicity the company is getting. LinuxWorld Expo was also useful to us because it forced us to get everything together enough to put out a preview release.
I'm having a great time with all the people at Eazel and the other hackers who help out with Nautilus or just hang out on #nautilus on IRC. The free software world has a lot of the same nice things about it that I always loved (and still love) about the Macintosh software community. Nice people. Recognition for what you can do, what Andy calls the meritocracy.