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Hello Mitchball, and welcome to Seven Forums.
The full (regular) version will allow you to do a clean install easier and will not require you to have a qualifying current version of Vista like the upgrade version will. Otherwise they are the same version of Windows 7.
I like the full version better for ease of use and installation.
Hope this helps,
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