I tried his OS back in 2015 and used it on a LiveUSB a few times, but when I first heard about the incident within a few months of being a COL member, I decided I couldn't ever support someone who commits perjury and abuses the DMCA for something that is free and open source. As for my next distro, I have been thinking about OpenSUSE, but I REALLY want to use Gentoo on the family desktop with a dedicated hard drive, on my own laptop computer and tower build when I finally get those, and on my Raspberry Pi 2. I have been considering Slackware and may still try it. Hopefully I have the patience to compile everything and get all the dependencies in Slackware.
I use gentoo as my daily driver on my main pc pip and love it it takes some work to setup but its worth it in the long run and u get the sleekest system u want and have complete control down to the use flags and compile everything from source