I am looking for a rolling release distro based on Debian. I hate the 6 month release cycle of Ubuntu, as well as the 10 year (ok a bit exaggerated) release cycle of Debian. So I wanted something I don't have to reload every 6 months for the latest stuff, and that keeps relatively up to date packages in the repos.

I think Debian Sid (unstable branch) is a rolling release, but I have heard that the system can be unstable due to the nature of the package updates. Also, it says on their website that Sid isn't supported by the security team, which is concerning.

There is also Sidux, but this in theory has the same problems as Debian Sid, as that is what it is based on.

So does anyone know of a Debian based rolling release distro?