I took the plunge this past weekend and upgraded. Several bugs I filed — ultimately only was a “me too” — have been fixed. The login screen is now an annoying sky-blue color, so I need to combat the kdm greeter again to get it to let me theme it (usually means editing a text file).
I also updated a VM and have been trying to compile Amarok 2.1.1 from source. I will then try and compile the source from gitorious (a git-hub source control system) to see if another bug has been fixed. There is one major outstanding issue with it that needs fixing, and then I might be convinced to move to it: they desperately need an equalizer.
Somewhere amidst all of this, I finally tried KDE’s remote desktop again (KRDC). My biggest complaint with it has finally been fixed: they pass through the control keys. As I type this, I think they may have fixed that some time ago, but it reminds me that KDE has a viable remote desktop application! (The more I muse, I think I am thinking of NoMachine’s NXClient which doesn’t pass through things like alt+tab — very annoying…).
As I sit here writing this, my Windows laptop is hung, and I need to find a way to cleanly exit programs without simply killing them or hard-booting. I don’t intend the aggravated bias, but I never have this problem with Linux… seriously.