On Tue, 2013-04-23 at 19:08 -0700, cletusjenkins wrote: > xfce looks the best of the bunch to me. Xfce4 has got to many GNOME dependencies. I'm using it since years, but I don't like it, I just couldn't find a good DE until now. Things for Xfce4 are as often broken, as they are for GNOME, assumed you expect a GNOME2/Xfce4 workflow. What I call broken, others might call features.