I don't consider myself a distrohopper, a person who jumps to different distributions in less than a month. I'm a firm believer that if a distribution works out of the box (no need to deal with wireless drivers, smooth multilib support, etc) then you should stay using that, mostly because most distributions offers the same stuff: the linux kernel, apps you normally need, and healthy array of libraries. Most of the time I've used Debian or debian-based distributions. It's what I know best so I stick to it... on the other one I've never touched any distributions utilizing RPMs (yum), unless you count my server experiences with centos. So yea, are there distributions out there that you want to try out? I might give Salix, Funtoo, and other advanced distros out there. Although I'm not fond (never been) of a person that likes to compile everything myself. I can't imagine compiling a whole environment like KDE just to see it take hours and hours... Right now as we speak I'm downloading Fedora. I think Gizmo said something about how he loved fedora but I'm not sure myself. My interest grew when I saw Korora project in which I imagine is the "Ubuntu" of Fedora.