So how are you all doing with SCVMM managing vCenter ???

That was actually meant to be highly sarcastic, it seems that the folks in Microsoft thought this would be a good idea (acutally it would be very good - if it would work properly..)

So you can control vCenter with SCVMM but it seems that when you want to remove it, typically like microsoft does, it leaves a lot of "leftovers" behind. So I personally would like to have my environment back the way it was before Microsoft started to play with and Eric Grey posted on his blog what is left over when you remove SCVMM. He even went as far as to provide a Powershell script that will remove all the muck for you.

Thanks Eric!!!