This is sort of a monumental moment for me.
It started with Amiga 500 for me in the early 90's.
Back in the late 90s, I used FreeBSD.
In the early 2000s, I switched to Debian Woody
A few years back, I switched to Ubuntu 7 (or was it 8).
I just installed Ubuntu 11 and came across the most awkward user interface I have seen since I bought my Eee PC 901 Linux edition(which was actually sort of usable). I hosed the operating system trying to remove unity and now I no longer have keyboard or mouse support. I never could find the terminal application.
I haven't played with installing distros, so I am out of the loop with what is out there. I am also too busy to experiment. So my question is, where are people going to now that Ubuntu 11 is out? I sure don't want to stay here any longer. I want to work with the linux I have always known, not some interface that is pretending to be a cell phone.