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gentoo or LFS, but i'll vote for gentoo since i never really got to make lfs. i really like gentoo, in case you need hardcore server, you'd better waste your time on this system or LFS, but in case you need it fast, it could as well be debian.
I love running debian here at work as a virtual machine. It serves as the web host we use for intranet usage. Fast and easy to use. I'm not using x, so looks don't matter to me, and I really appreciate the ease of updating with apt.
I run CentOS (ClarkConnect) at home. Work in a strictly M$ Government environment, so CentOS gets my vote if only for the succesful fork. Will be intersting to see if the name/management change to Clear Net (or whatever) manages to push Clark Connect into the survey. It is a wonderfully simple Linux Server/Gateway to configure and use.