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I use bash to manage my files 99% of the time, but the 1% of the time I do use a file manager, I use Dolphin. It's the best in my view since it is highly configurable and not too dumbed down, and it plays well with other WMs even with tasks like automounting and showing progress of files that are being moved and copied.
Couldn't live without my Total Commander on "the other" system, tried it on my linux box under wine, next to Krusader, emelFM2 and some other. Now that I have come across DoubleCommander I haven't used any of the others. It hasn't got all the features and power of TC but I guess over time it is getting there.