Try Before You Buy
It doesn't matter who you are, we're all wary of hype. So you are invited to sneak a peek at the Mimeoverse's Mint installation. The demo is running the default "Thin Mint" configuration with no third-party Pepper (plugins) installed.
Be sure to try the following while exploring Mint: Resize the window. Cinch it up real tight. Go full screen. Mint follows your lead. Don't miss the Pane navigation (top right, near the Admin link). Click on a pane that isn't already in view. Mint gives you a nudge in the right direction. There are a few things you can't see because of the limitations of Client Mode (the Preferences and the ease of installing new Pepper) so you may also be interested in some screenshots and screencasts of Mint.
There are a few things to keep in mind: Mint normally requires login to prevent search engines from crawling your stats. Client Mode allows anyone to view your Mint installation. Mint's performance may be a tad more sluggish than under normal use because of the volume of people viewing it.