Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
I left KDE back in the early KDE4 days. I had always been a KDE user since first using Linux. The other day I was tinkering around and decided to try KDE on Fedora.
Boy, was I surprised. Not only is it well integrated, it's pretty much a Vanilla upstream KDE, and at 4.8.x, KDE now rocks again. I mean it's solid. It performs well, has features that I like and I very quickly was right at home again. The performance savings of a lighter desktop like Xfce seem to make more sense on lesser hardware...