A nice Linux-on-CD Linux distribution, it is the first distro with the capability of being able to boot into a usable desktop environment (KDE 3.1.1 on XFree86 4.3 as of time of writing) without needing any harddisk space, as it sets itself up to take some of your RAM and use it as ramdisk on boot. The hardware auto-detect system makes the colorful KDE able to shine on your desktop, let XMMS play some Open Tunes through your sound-card and allows you, if you're so inclined, to save your settings and documents on USB memory sticks.

It makes a great rescue system as well as a Linux demo system and belongs in the Linux Evangelist's Bag of Tricks, for it lets people see the beauty of desktop Linux (well, KDE) with one simple reboot.