Being a fan of former Pardus Linux (the new Debian-based version has somehow let me down lately), I cannot help following Pisi Linux, which keeps the PiSi packages and other exclusive tools that Pardus abandoned.
Even if Pisi is small and little known, and although I feel it has neglected its international helpers and user base, I am very pleased at the efforts of its few developers.
For example, Pisi 2.0 is said to bring two features that I've always appreciated: a live disk (it was about time!) and an iso image writer to USB.
If I'm not mistaken, the latter will mean one can make a customized iso, although this still needs to be confirmed. If that is so, both features will mean a big step forward for the Linux kitten!
Of course, Pisi will bring newer packages, including KDE 5 (which is not precisely my cup of tea), and other system improvements.
Here you can check a video of KDE 5 running on Pisi.