I'm typing from Hybryde right now, using the XFCE desktop at the moment
At minimum, Hybyde is an extremely cool technical feat. Switching among desktops is almost instantaneous, no logging out as advertised.
Appears to have Ubuntu Software center, and far more apps installed by default, including Flash and I assume other media related codecs.
Might make a good choice for those wanting an Ubuntu 12.04/Mint13 compatible distro fully loaded from the get go and can't decide which desktop to use.
KDE appeared to be the only desktop to hang the system when I tried to leave KDE and switch back to the default boot up screen/Hybyde Menu. KDE always seems the "odd man out" for me...
Trivial to drag/drop Hybyde onto a USB stick to boot it up, as I'm doing now, using Multisystemhttp://www.howtogeek.com/howto/39747...b-flash-drive/