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I finally got Debian squeeze on my netbook tweaked.
The HOLOS UI really gets the most out of my small netbook screen. It is based on XFCE 4.8, Openbox and comes with many configuration scripts.
For my daily work I use HOLOS, a Debian compatible distro spread by the thinktank alt-0.org , although their website is not very informative yet, there is a torrent link online somewhere, but you'll have to search for it.
Encountered a few bugs compared to KDE. Such as Firefox crashing XFCE to the login screen and StarCraft not running correctly in Wine. While both programs run perfectly fine in KDE.
In the Dock I've placed the programs which I use on a daily basis. Including Newsleecher. Runs happily through Wine. The Linux alternatives to this program I find severely lacking or crashing all the time.
Back to KDE Been messing around with Cairo Dock. Got it running now with the aid of xcompmgr. Cairo Dock has problems handling my laptops Intel Graphics chip by itself. It shows itself with a big black border around it. Now I just need to figure out how to get programs to show up on my external screen. It's set as default in KDE, but programs appear on the laptop screen. This wasn't the case before using xcompmgr. So perhaps I change that.
@SandsOfArakis: Please remove the link to your wallpaper. This is copyrighted artwork (released on CGwallpapers.com) and has to be paid for when one want to use it and you need a permission of either the artist or the distributor if you want to distribute it.