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I hear people saying a lot of stuff about it, but they cant fight the arguement that it is the most configurable and functional WM on earth today. That, and yes, it can be eye-candy (all you need is lynucs.org inspiration and some brain cells). Plus, low mem consuption. Simply, Perfect. Fluxbox is kinder garden next to FVWM.
I love that it take only a few MB : 37MB (total) are in use after booting into enlightenment 17-cvs I got that beautifull & fully functionnal desktop. So you can compare with those big fat Gnome / KDE, or even with that windows xp