Because Vector is doesn't use KDE in it's standard release, and releases multiple versions, I'd hoping that they would do exactly this.
When I installed it, part of me was a little disappointed. For Vector, who always releases such beautiful and distinctive desktops, at first glance, it seems like a bit of a vanilla release. Maybe that's best since Vanilla KDE is a bit of a rare commodity nowadays.
Another independent move from the best of the independent distros. Thanks for being awesome.