Right..well, based on that "review" it's nothing outstanding. Gnome desktop is found in every "user-friendly" distribution at least as an option (available for Slackware too, though not directly in the setup discs), and apart from the 4 "Parsix-made" utilies in the menu it seems not to distinguish from a basic Debian or Ubuntu clone except for the branding. The only reason I see a Ubuntu user might switch over is for the branding, and that's a kind of odd reason..
It would be nice if they took other things in the review than just the ordinary graphical interface (which is usually either Gnome or KDE, so it isn't really informative at all) and that "most of my hardware worked out of the box". Ok, it has apt and an outdated version of Gnome, but what else?
Good to see new, fresh distributions out there---at times some of them bring something new (good) into this corner of the operating system house---but I'd like to see some really new or working things, not just the "hey nobody has yet done a clone of this popular Linux distribution at Galápagos, so I'll make it" or "I switched Rhythmbox for Banshee and added a self-made CUPS configuration utility (even though there's already a web interface and another graphical tool), then I turned that into a 'new' distribution and it's better than anything". The name and first comments sounded promising, too bad it didn't last for more than two minutes.
Maybe I'll just have to give it a try and see if there's something under the hood that is worth it.