I like Unity which looks and behaves great, but needs some more polish. I like to see categories in menu. I'm starting to like Empathy, because it's more feature rich than last time. I like there are ppa's and I like easy installation of codecs etc. I don't like Banshee, because it's slow and unresponsive. I found Amarok to be far better. It doesn't become unresponsive when it scans collection (banshee even hung in the end), Amarok is using much less memory on my box (about 1/3 less than banshee), has many more features and far better interface imo. I don't like mono. Replacing mono apps to its equivalents will free some space on the CD. I don't like upstart, because I have to edit files to stop services from autoloading. I found Fedora to be far better in many things - systemd, yum and presto plugin (it can reduce update size from 250MB to 20MB which is something wonderful!), Fedora provides updates if there are new packages, so I don't have to use ppa.