Looks great, so far. Running it on a HP Pavilion dv6640us laptop.
Don't mind the slimmed down Gnome interface. Reminds me of Ubuntu, but it runs faster. I almost thought that you guys turned into a Debian based distro, haha!
(I don't have a problem with that, though... I also run 64 Studio on this PC, and that's Debian based. In fact, one of 64's developers also works directly with the Debian maintainers.)
This one finally runs my Broadcom 4311 wlan adapter nearly perfectly out of the box. I say nearly, as I still have to log in as root, run X, then vlwifi to input the essid and wep key, log out, then log in as user. vlwifi doesn't seem to be retaining the settings. Maybe if I make it as a keyring (is that it?), I wouldn't have any trouble. At least having that working in 6 frees up a USB port; I'm using an older Linksys 802.11b USB adapter for wifi in vl 5.9.
The other minor issue was with the plugins. I had to make a ~/.mozilla/plugins directory in my /$home dir, then installed all the included ones there, except for the java runtime, which I was able to symlink.
Otherwise, it's working out well so far. I might try to see how well wine works in here...