I tried Crunchbang on a live USB a couple of months back and I was impressed so I installed it and have been enjoying it.
Before Crunchbang I was running Ubuntu off and on for a few years, but I wanted something lightweight and fast. Ubuntu had started to get a bit bloated.
I've also run 64Studio in the past, as well as Ubuntu Studio, for making music and sound processing.
I'm running Crunchbang on an Asus i7 ultrabook, so it's amazingly fast.
I'm a kiwi, living in Christchurch, New Zealand.
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