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For sheer interest's sake, btrfs was chosen for our review. It behaved fine, and we experienced no problems.
As the picture shows, there are many options other than btrfs available.
When installing LMDE, it boots into a live desktop from where the user can initiate the installation process.
Although it's not as pretty as the standard Mint installer, it gets the job done with minimal fuss.
The inclusion of GNOME PPP into the distribution is an interesting choice.