I had started a topic on Bodhi sometime in 2010. It got exactly zero posts So here's one again! Downloaded the ~400 MB file via torrent. Put it on a 4 GB USB stick with UNetbootin. It's elegant and pretty snappy even though it's running from the USB. It uses the Enlightenment DE but otherwise is based on Ubuntu. Mrk wasn't too happy with an earlier version but it would be interesting to know his views on 1.1. It's supposed to work even with low-spec PCs despite its classy looks. And the really nice thing is that it comes with virtually nothing preloaded. You can choose to install whatever you want. To get you going it has the tiny Midori browser (all of ~ 3MB) which you can use to download whatever else you want but right now I'm running Aurora (from my Mint install on the hard disk). I just have to finish backing up a few more things and then (try to) install this on my hard disk along side Katya.