I know it's made for netbooks and MID's, but I'd like to test her out on my desktop on a separate partition if it's possible. Anyone know if it's possible?
Also, I have an AMD processor. There is mention of it being for Intel procs. Does this create a problem?
Virtualbox might let you do it in a virtual environment. I can't be sure if it can successfully emulate Atom processors though.
As far as moblin goes; it's easy. Moblin is both a distribution and a platform. The Moblin distribution available at moblin.org is based on Fedora (I think) But the moblin software is also available in distributions like fedora, ubuntu and mandriva.
So you could install fedora, ubuntu or mandriva, use the distribution's moblin packages and get the moblin experience on your machine without using the moblin images from moblin.org.
The moblin images from moblin.org are intended to be a platform to showcase moblin and for OEMs to use to generate their own custom moblin images to pre-install on machines they manufacture.
So using the moblin ui with your amd may be possible in theory if you install the moblin packages for your distribution.