Well you have to admit that the way fedora creates the overlay is very stupid way compared to others. There you have got much less space available than somewhere else - if you would switch to aufs then it would be much better.
I don't know, I haven't really looked at it very closely. The whole live image config could probably do with a bit of an overhaul, but I don't know if anyone's very interested in doing it. It all needs converting to systemd too, which is kind of a drag to do.
the window borders (openbox theme) doesn't really match and the icons just seem too fat and big.
Matching the icons is an interesting conceit - most themes that I have seen try to match the title bars and panel.
The icons being big are a deliberate consideration for my mother. The Faenza theme I picked as I find the square icons to fit best with LXDE's panel positioning (which is still a little off in my opinion, but much better than it was six months ago) and because it gives a very consistent icon set (again, a consideration for my mother).
Originally Posted by Pallidus
A theme should look clean and professional.
Words that can be taken a multitude of different ways (well, this entire artistic discussion is kind of pointless in of itself).