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Quite liking this as an alternative to the Ubuntu Gnome flavour. Different way to get around but reasonably intuitive. Desktop effects are pleasing and perform well on my little EEEPC. My Dell desktop doesn't have the grunt to run it very well, but the Gnome desktop does just fine on that.
What promised to be a good interface seems to be limited by it's lack of flexibility, I worry that Canonical will not support users wanting to use Gnome3 as their desktop.
Will wait and see how this pans out...