I have Windows Vista 64 bit, but my FS in installed on D:\Spiele\FreeSpace2 and a Nvidia 9800 GTX+.
There is a screenshot folder, but it only contains my old shots from Win XP (I had the same graphiccard back then as I have now).
As for the clipping, with the spacesuit I could fly in about so far that only the helmet and part of the engines showed, before I collided with the hull. From inside the "cockpit" I could see out of the other side of the keeper and had the texture as a line about 2/3 up the screen. I'll try if I can make a screenshot with fraps.
Now back to more joyfull topics.
I am through and I can report that with the exception of a single, barely noticable skip on the first page of the command briefing in "Universal Truth" there was no problem with any soundfiles. In the flashback to the past the music that started after the arifiel arrieved stoped after about 15 seconds, but in every other mission and cutscene, it played correctly.
And the music that is now playing in the last mission,
after the destruction of the Renjian
is truly great. It really made my skin crawl.
Though I too had the problem of my fighter starting without any primaries and the secondaries having somehow wandered up a bit, looking as if the Harpoons were the primaries (though they still fire fine as missiles, while nothing happens when pushing the primary weapon fire button).
I also had two very desperate moment in the fight against the Sathanas. First the Sath still had a beam turret when it came in range. The first shot tore the Orestes to 38%. And since it was already warming up for a 2nd and I didn't have a bomb lock I was sure it was all over. Just two Helios entered my field of vision and blow the turret just in time.
So I thought the thrilling part was over, but it wasn't. While the Sath went down the Orestes almost hit me with her beam. And then came the Sathanas shockwave and pushed me into the outer edges of the beam....
Again I though it would all be over, but somehow I survived it....
I wish I would have that as a video, that was really an intense experiance
Oh and I LVOE the personas you gave the Vishnans.