i'm using big_blue-vec-1 for my desktop wallpaper. The logo is placed on the lower right where it doesnt detract from desktop icons-- that's important to me. By the way, on the toolbar, what is the wireless card with 5 red dashes under it, does that mean wireless is ready but unconnected?
Also, what exactly does "Because Choice Matters" mean? I'm sure it means many things to different people, but if some random person asks, how do I explain it. Does this saying have historical basis in Vector philosophy? I can see the slogan has meaning for Linux generally, but what does it specifically say about Vector, that Vector is yet another choice? I'm not criticizing, just wondering.
Suggestion: get out a math book, and tranfer some vector mathematics graphics to the wallpaper. Like maybe a globe represented in latitude and longitude lines, with a big wide arrow following the grand arc of aircraft travel. Or some cartesian system with vectors eminating from the origin. Or a big arrow coming in from infinity.