no stress namaste; no rush either. I dual booted for a while--a LOOOONG while --until I realized that I was getting new hardware anyway. I left Windows on the old system, and the new hardware NEVER had anything from Redmond EVER. The nvidia on the new system only gave me enlightenment. On dual displays.
All the guides will tell you that the installer will offer you the choice to do a total wipe of the system and just put Bodhi by itself, OR install Bodhi but leave the good stuff in there (we call side-by-side). It only gets tricky with what I consider "special needs" e.g. disk encryption, and other things that could turn a straightforward install into a daunting challenge.
I think I'm going to use that wallpaper. Thanks Namaste
Have you tried running a live Bodhi session, off the USB stick? It will be good practice.
In case you have a hard time choosing a shirt, pick the black one with the words "Bodhi Linux" on it.