Well, new to me anyway. It is called DreamLinux, and so far it works pretty well. I'll post more feedback about it after I have more time to play with it. The one thing I can say so far that is really nice about it is this: it is the only Linux distro I've ever tried that has enabled my laptop's Broadcom wireless adapter straight out of the box. I didn't have to do anything. I've tried probably a dozen distros (including SUSE, Fedore, Ubuntu, Mandrake, Gentoo, BeatriX, gOS, etc.) and none of them have ever managed to get my wireless working right out of the 'box,' so I am taking this as a good sign.