Looking for Objective Comparison of MetaFrameXP vs. Terminal Server

The title sort of says it all.

I have documentation from Citrix (nothing from MS yet) comparing Citrix MetaFrame XP and Microsoft Terminal Server on Windows 2000.

I'm looking for something (a document, a pointer to a source) that's a little more objective than what the vendors provide in selecting a product direction for my client's company.

Can anyone point to a resource what such a thing exists (we don't want to commission our own study, but we might be willing to purchase such an evaluation that's already been created)?
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Gene KlamerusTechnical ArchitectAsked:
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gidds99Commented:
You may find this a good starting point:

http://techrepublic.com.com/5100-6268-1034850.html
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Gene KlamerusTechnical ArchitectAuthor Commented:
That link at brianmadden is a real winner.  Exactly the type of thing I was looking for.

The big thing I wasn't getting a straight answer on was the ability to seemlessly run from the desktop.  I understand that there's a mode of installing applications on Terminal Services that is called application mode vs. admin mode.  Any idea what that means?
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