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Number 3: Mepis 11
This is MEPIS' default KDE desktop. To my eye, even before I've customized it, it's a more attractive take on KDE than openSUSE's more standard KDE approach.
And, after a very little fiddling with it, I'm very happy with my MEPIS KDE-based destkop.
One of my favorite MEPIS features is that it comes with “Assistant” panels. These make it very easy to find all the settings you need for a particular feature set. In this case, it's networking.