Setting aside pragmatics for the moment, I would like us to consider the "Lite" spelling one last time. Although it may very well be that this spelling has a connotation of crippleware in proprietary/commercial software, I don't believe "Lite" has this meaning in free/open source software. For example, Ubuntulite recently became a member of the Ubuntu family. If you visit tuxmachines.org and search the word "lite" you will find it in common usage there. A recent review entitled "VectorLinux 5.9: Light, fast Slackware-based distro" illustrates the confusion that can come from using a generic word/spelling such as "Light." Furthermore, I find the proposed usage of "Light" to be stodgy and hope this is not the image we want to present to the world.
I think we've discussed it enough. I therefore call for a vote on this matter. I will be happy to abide by the majority opinion. (I would be surprised if there were more than 20 people interested in this issue.) I only ask that voters review this thread before deciding. So, then, uelsk8s, would you mind setting up a poll for this vote. I suggest we close the poll in two weeks time, after posting.
___VL 5.9 Light
___VL 5.9 Lite