Tell you what futurist, you should have a look at kde.org they have a fair bit of info.
the main bit that you might be able to work out, is about how to install kde 3.2 using the "konstruct" facility.
I've tried this and although I've now got load's of files that mention kde 3.2 I can't get the bastard to run or start, so at the moment I'm just installing and older kde - because I'm at my "wits end" with gnome. Lot's of people go on about it, but I'm sorry to say, that I've been very disappointed with it. i find it's a load of crap, and hence I've been tring to install the kde 3.2 - the only problem is that I've got so far, but when it stop's I don't know how to decypher the error's.
But your knowledge my be good enough to get it that way.