I was harsh with KDE 4 last time I had it installed and with the release of 4.0.1 I wanted to go back for another look.
It’s live-cd based on an openSUSE engine worked like a charm, the install however isn’t for the dual booting faint hearted. If you want to resize partitions to create space for the install, hold on to your pants. I ended up exiting the installer and manually creating space before going back for the install itself. Which ran very smoothly.
However it does partion its free space in an awkward layout, I haven’t looked too deeply tonight but I will!
I have left the KDE 4 install for this blog post anyway as I have no internet access out of the box with my wireless which is a black mark to start with. I’ll update more as I use it more in the week.