wow! it works like a charm. It feels like having the best of both worlds, pretty much all gnome functionality is till there, plus xmonad awsomeness.
I'm loving it, i am defenatly keeping this configuration and recomend it to whomever wants to put a high gear in his/hers productivity on gnome.
I need to make fine adjustments now to fulfill my personal preferences.
Any suggestions on some reading on xmonad configuration?
Is it possible to define extra costumized tilling algorithms?
In case somebody walks the same path, this cheat is a big help:
mod-shift-return launch a term
mod-p launch dmenu
mod-space cycle through available layout algorithms
mod-c kill a client window
mod-j move focus to the next window on the screen (also mod-tab)
mod-k move focus to the previous window
mod-return swap current window, with window in master pane
mod-shift-j swap current window with its next neighbour
mod-shift-k swap current window with its previous neighbour
mod-h shrink the size of the master pane
mod-l grow the size of the master pane
mod-comma move clients into the master pane
mod-period move clients out of the master pane
mod-q dynamically reload xmonad, with a new configuration
mod-shift-q quit xmonad
mod-1 .. 9 move to workspace ("virtual desktop"/"window group") number
mod-shift- 1 .. 9 move current client to workspace number 'n'
mod- w,e,r move to Xinerama screens 1, 2 or 3.
mod-r launch gmrun