I'm checking out the latest development version of Elive. It is a debian-based system that uses Enlightenment. It's really a beautiful-looking distro. Installation was easy, and it passed my first test which is 'out of the box' recognition of my laptop's Broadcom wireless. So far no trouble with it. It's the development version, so I expect a few issues, but no real complaints in terms of stability, elegance, etc. Packages install easily. Only real qualm so far is that OpenOffice 2.4 rather than 3 is what you get via Synaptic. I tried downloading the debs for OpenOffice 3 but I can't seem to get them to work properly. Also, Opera is 9.6 instead of 10. But if you want a distro just to mess around with, check it out. Oh...and the reason I didn't download the stable version is the developer requires a donation to download it, which I think is a mistake. But the distro does look very nice.