yeah WiFi is a cool feature for an Os to support but i wouldn't say "oh it doesnt support WiFi its doomed"
i agree on the majority of the points u made, so i won't argue specifics. while wifi is a cool feature, it is necessary for some of us. I own two computers, one downstairs running windows xp (though it ran various linux distros for the past 3 years as my only OS), and one upstairs running ubuntu linux. i rent an apartment and therefore cannot drill wholes to wire the house, nor would i want to see wiring up and down my walls (under the carpeting would require over 100 feet of CAT5's so that's not an option); do you see why i need wifi?
i plan on putting skyos on the upstairs computer whenever the OS receives wifi support because that's the only way i will be able to surf the web with it. if somehow skyos received drivers for all my hardware, no problem, i'll put it on my main computer, and not worry about wifi, but look at alternative OSen. it's taken 10 years for linux to get anywhere near useable, beos, solaris and qnx dont have near the hardware support linux does, and the same goes for countless others. give me wifi in skyos, and i can put it in an older pc which has more hardware supported (it's 6+ years old) than my main pc (which is 3+ years old).
granted, skyos still needs tons of work, and robert, chris, kelly are working hard to better the OS, but if SKyOS wishes to target home/business users, it needs to have some key features which it still does not have:
1. support for the majority of NICs (and i include wifi with this)
2. printing support
3. cd burner
4. full-fledged office suite
5. automatic partitioning at install
6. even more ease of use than we currently have
7. digital camera support
7. drivers, drivers, drivers