Minimal (no GUI) install, then KDE
I am running Debian testing with KDE via KVM.
I love GNOME to pieces but I also enjoy KDE, and I decided to try Debian with KDE. It was a positive experience but a pain in the rear to set up. I installed KDE, and then had to manually remove most GTK packages, as I had installed KDE-full and was overloaded with KDE and GNOME apps.
I would like to do a minimal, CLI-only installation of Debian testing and then install KDE. My machine accesses internet via wireless, which I read the Debian installer does not support. I'm assuming I will have to go with a netinstall...?
Furthermore, once I attain this CLI-only environment, how difficult will it be to get my hands on KDE? A simple apt-get install kde-full ?