Awesome project and I'm sure a whole learning experience for you. I even rather like the name. I do have a couple of observations though. Please don't take these as against the work you've done, they are more observations on the state of play at the moment.
The spin is out, you're now going to be subject to a whole load of people asking you to add things to it and expressing their own thoughts on how it should be done. At this point you can do what most linux forks do, either ignore them and go your own way or, like far to many spins, let it fall into an unmaintained state.
Please don't get me wrong on this, I'm impressed with the project. It's more an observation on the challenges that Linux faces by virtue of its flexibility and open nature. I just wonder if perhaps the focus for a lot of smaller maintainers would not be better spent on customisation scripts that take a well supported base OS like Debian and allow end users to customise. Download the base OS then run 'Music Station' or 'Render Station' scripts to add and configure the parts they need for those tasks. I'm thinking something like http://ninite.com/ but task focussed and making use of the native repositories of the base OS chosen.
Either way, white hats off to you for having taken the time to do this build
I accidently managed to exceed my internet cap somehow. I was downloading the install crap for my distro and bam! 15GiB+ of internet, gone. Worst thing was, I didn't even get the OS to compile properly.
I give up.
Let's never speak about this ever again. (it's too risky to do OS dev).
They were threatening to implement internet usage caps in my area about a year or two ago, the outcry was so raucous that they backed off and simply claimed, much as the US lobbyists and congress rats, that it was simply a matter of "educating the people as to the benefits of the proposed changes".
I'm on 45GiB cap here in a house of 4 people. Fortunately I'm the only one that hammers it. There are good deals here in the UK where you can get 140GiB daytime, unlimited 7pm-7am a month on ADSL for less money, but the landlord insists on going with an ethical co-op for our ISP.