Would you recommend the product? yes | Price you paid?: D/L | Rating: 9
I'm not much of a haxor so my review won't be all that technical.
I've used a few live cds before, but they were always linux distros. Having ever successfully installed bsd, I haven't been able to try it. Now that I can run freesbie, I've found it to be quite nifty, as live cds often are.
When I run a live cd I look for pretty basic stuff - web broweser, web connectivity (the linux 2.4 kernel never had the adequate drivers to get me connected on my Dell Laptop), an IM client, and IRC client, office sute and games (having games is always a plus, but when there are no games on a live cd, it's understandable, and I never let a lack of games count against a live cd).
I found that, upon booting, I was connected to the web (through broadband) firefox browser, gaim, xchat, openoffice, and plenty of other fun stuff. No games though.
This was also my first time trying XFCE. I have used fluxbox before, and I liked it, but i was interested to try xfce. I like it, personally.
So, I give this live cd a good review, because it's got everything I look for in a live cd, plus the (generally, afaik) good reputation of a BSD base system.