Yes,...very happy with Vector. It's seems to be a bit more (shall we say) "sophisticated" than Puppy linux,...yet not so over bloated as some of the bigger distros are. Suse10.3 absolutely REFUSED to boot on my computer after install. Ubuntu booted OK,...but moved like molasses in Jan. (yuk!). Gentoo just looked at me and said, "what the heck you think you're trying to do, newbie?!!" Puppy just breezes along,.... Vector is pretty snappy,..and looks great, too!
I have a lot to learn, though,....just now trying to memorize the basics and basic commands. Not easy for someone who spent years with ol' win98se. Haven't got anything at all bad to say about the old OS,..it served me well,..I'm very fond of it, and all the good times we had,....but it's time to move on. (And after win98,...m$ aien't the way to go.)
I'm still trying to find an easier way to get on the internet, besides always changing to "root" to get on,...but it works for now.
I had tried Pc-bsd,...but their KPPP dialer wouldn't let me click on "dynamic" or "automatic" (stuck in manual). And I have a little dial-up, with no static IP address for 'em. No one on the PC-bsd forum seemed to even know that Pc-bsd came with KDE installed,...they said KDE was for linux,...not Bsd,..and I needed to study the Freebsd manual. Hmmmm,....not very helpful if the folks in their own forums didn't know their own OS. (?) weird. I saw where they're going to make a version of PC-bsd with the GNOME desktop next,....(wonder if the folks in their forum know that). Probably think that's just for linux, too...............
Oh well,...I found something better that works for me. Happy with Vector,...(and the Puppy, when I just want to have a little fun).