I just spend my entire day learning how to set up Mint KED, After rejoicing in Mint !5 ubuntu and Mint Debian...I though for sure Mint KDE would be winner, what a disappointment!! I hate the menu, it's small and cramped you have scroll the first tier just to see the main headings and you have open everything to find what you need...then remember where it was!! I'm posting a Mint 15 menu so you know what I think a real Man's menu should look like! ":O} KDE tries the cram all that you see in the posted pic into a area one quarter the size...by extensive use off secondary menus. that aren't at all quick or easy to access! But that's just a small complain compared to how they deal with multi-desktops!! First you have to find a key assigner, then you have to assign a mouse key (they may have a key assigner for my keyboard somewhere, but I couldn't find it! Then you have to click the assigned mouse key to bring up a fixed set of 4 desktop choices, pick one and click upon it... There's a nasty catch to this...you have to have a bit of clear desktop to click on! The joy of having 4 or 8 or whatever number I wish of desktops is that I can fully open them, and switch at the speed of convenience between them as I wish. Debain and Ubuntu mint both have a magic corner you can throw your cursor into so you can see all your dektops at once and just click on the image you need, or a key combo that does the same thing, or if you know where you want to go a box of 1234 numbers you can click on...in short it quick it's easy and you can act almost without thought. None of this is true of Mint KDE! I have to recommend against KDE in favor of the far more user friendly Mints that bring delight to me every day as I use them. I felt very claustrophobic in KDE and ran to Mint 15 to write my complaints.