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Fluxbox....great for when you have some older machine like a Pentium 2 that you want to use. Although, I've never gotten too involved with it I'll admit...within a few days (maybe) I'm back to GNOME or xfce. I'll have to spend more time with it and learn how to really customize it instead of just using the sotck config files lol.
I've been glancing at openbox too and it looks nice. If I get the time to sit down and fiddle a bit to learn the pipe menus I might end up with it instead but I've been using fluxbox for a long time now and I really like it. light, easy to use, easy to configure. Very nice indeed.