He failed to mention that you can determine which pagefile size to set by starting off with a large static one(e.g. 800MB) then using something like CachemanXP to monitor the porportion of pagefile used. This is used to decide which is the best size to set in the future thus save disk space.
He also failed to mention the "larger cache" and "disable executive paging" which are handy speed tweaks for systems with 1GB+ RAM.
My apologies. I wasn't trying to compete.
The article is intended 'for general users' as described in the Introduction, and I felt it would give the original poster a better understanding of how Virtual Memory works in WinXP, and maybe help him to decide on his settings.
I also use 'disable paging executive', but I'm not sure that such tweaks are within the scope of the article.