DaddyFish wrote: Ubuntu here.
I used Ubuntu up to the point where they forgot to include DSL in the distribution. After reinstalling about three times I realized it just wasn't going to connect, so I switched to Fedora; used that until Gnome 3 came out. Then I went with Centos brieflly, until I found Stella, which is a remix of Centos.
Stella is pretty much what I've been looking for. Since its basically Red Hat Linux, it's rock solid stable. Because it includes all the necessary repositories, it's a complete package. You install it and everything just works. No fuss, no muss, no bother.