Vista install was easy. All it took was a Computer Scientist housemate and a USB stick. I’d imagine the vista install process isn’t too radically different to on other netbooks, and there are plenty of guides for doing so online as it is. Like this one:
My housemate followed basically the same procedure but without vlite.
A surprisingly easy place to find all the Vista drivers is the support page for the Gigabyte M912 tablet PC. It’s got the same processor, chipset, touchpad and wireless card as the NC10 (and most of the other netbooks on the market) but has an option for pre-installed Vista, which means that pretty much all the latest vista drivers your NC10 could need are on its support page. I was tipped off to this by my aforementioned housemate, who owns an M912 and is dead jealous of my NC10’s keyboard and battery.