I downloaded every Sparky RC 4 and a few 3.6/dev releases available. Within minutes I had the ISOs extracted, and configured to boot via PXE / NFS.
All booted without a hiccup, I basically fell in love with the RC 4 Openbox - veeery cool approach, fast and light - Magic!
My everyday, workstation distro is Gentoo, but for a number of reasons, about 2 years ago I started using Debian on all other systems I got at home. I have tried quite a few Debian based Linux flavors, but most of them did not leave a single spot in my brain. I almost always start building the environment using a minimal CD, core, and I go from there...
Sparky is an example of a distro, that has been designed with a very innovative, and COOL approach - just look at the 3.6 dev1 Budgie release ( it's dev, far from stable ), and my favorite Openbox - There is not many live CDs that offer such a quick access to directories on the filesystem as Sparky's Openbox - veeery cool! ( I said >>directories<< and not the Ugly & Stinking >>folders<< )
One way or another, I will try to stay on this forum for a longer than average time... maybe I can add my 2c :)
ps: dobra robota chlopaki ;-]