Just got Linux Format (UK) in the post and there is a mention and a review in it.
In the "Newsdesk" section there are a few lines announcing the partnership with Mad Tux and a mention of computers on sale there.
More interestingly, on their Distrowatch section, there is a full page (well, almost) dedicated to the new 5.8 SOHO.
Because it isn't in their website yet, I'll give you the main things:
It comes with the title "Go faster!" and the subtitle "Slackware-based OS: prettier, more usable and packed with even more performance". In bold, you'll also find the quote "A beautiful, polished distro distribution, capable of competing with the best." And the conclusion, you ask? "It is fast, has a great software selection, includes several graphical administration tools, and provides good online documentation". It is a VERY favourable review (the only somehow negative point was "Vasm certainly isn't as comprehensive and good-looking as Mandriva's DrakXTools or Open-Suse's Yast, but it does help with configuring settings").
This is great, as I believe this is the top-selling Linux magazine in the UK (it would be fantastic if we could get VL 6 included in their coverdisc).