Advice on changing to 64 bits

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Up to last week, I had Fedora running in subsequent versions 2 or so to 10 on my old Pentium 4 system.
Now I have a rather recent new desktop computer with much of the latest
and greatest hardware: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 with 4 GB RAM, harddrive
with lots of Gagabytes and so on.
Thinking about changing to 64 bits architecture (I have the i386
installation dvd, but not yet the i86_64 one), I was astonished how
little I found on pros and cons. So what would you advise?
1. Changing to 64 bits is a must for you.
2. You will benefit from it.
3. Keep your hands off, stay with 64 bits.
4. ...

I should mention that I want to use virtualization (KVM, VMware Server), and that the processor has Intel's hardware vitualization capabilities.
Thanks for any pointers.
Klaus

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