Originally Posted by jiml8
Beryl is still immature and a bit buggy, but as it grows up it's going to blow everything else out of the water - presuming, of course, that you have the graphical capability to run it.
Beryl is one of the coolest things I've seen in a long, long time.
-jiml8, "master of the cube" - lol!
Beryl is quite interesting. As a very fancy window manager, to be used in conjunction with a Desktop Environment, such as KDE, GNOME, or XFCE, I agree. However, if I were going to use just a window manager, then I would not go with Beryl. In that case, I would choose either the winner, Fluxbox, or as a flexible, easy alternative, IceWM. Reasons: fast, lightweight flexibility combined with maturity.