Looks like it has some nice functionality, and from the screenshots it looks like an enviornment where a recovering MS user would be very comfortable. I like that the developers don't seem to be overly wrapped up in eye candy.
Very Windows-like - its what I was looking for in the first week of transferring to Linux. Things are where I exepected them to be (my biggest gripe in my first week of Linux was spending to much time wandering around the menus)
Easy to install - picks up Gnome and KDE menus
It is surprisingly quick, and exudes an air of 'usability' (but see bad points below)
Unbelievably, the only way to maximise and minimise the windows is the small button at the top right - ie clicking on the title bar does nothing and I can;t see any config option to enable this. This is a real killer in the usabiity stakes.
Adding menus and desktop shortcuts is not as easy as it should be. You have to enter the full path for the program - I am used to just entering 'sylpheed' and relying on the fact that Linux can find it. Another killer in the usability stakes.
It seems to be a 'work in progress', so hopefully these issues will be resolved in time.
Am I going to keep using it?
hmmm. .. swings and roundabouts... I don't know whether the usability benefits beat the usability problems.