Not bad. However, their counting methods are questionable to say the least. But sure, if you deal with proprietary corps here and there you would learn how to spread marketing bullhsit. And I find it really laughable how oracle and ibm are shitting bricks after losing control over project. And they lost control due to very own stupidity and greed. That's what really makes this FAIL laughable and EPIC. And sure, you can use products from the very same EPIC FAIL guys if you wish. But I seriously doubt ibm/oracle management quality could be improved in such a short timeframe. So I would stick to LibreOffice. At least it completely lacks all this oracle and ibm management idiocy. It's a really huge advantage over Apache who proven once more they're just corporate footpads. And I can install LO without Java, after all.
However, if you do want something to think about, Apache Openoffice has gotten 40 million downloads to date of version 3.4, not bad for 'toxic waste' :)