I saw this on Distrowatch & decided to check it out. It's originally based on Slackware, but now an independent fork. It's supposed to be aimed at "intermediate users". It still has a lot of Slackware attributes, but there are some significant differences. It uses Grub instead of LILO, and it uses Pacman. Here's how it looks with the default wallpaper. I'd already started customizing things before I thought about getting some screenshots but in XFCE it starts off with only one panel, and everything in the panel is shoved over to the left side, with no separators. So the first thing I did was place a separator set to expand.
Then I grabbed a wallpaper off my network file server, turned on composting, cleaned up the top panel and created an auto-hiding bottom panel. There's quite a number of themes in this distro, but as usual, there was only one I really cared for, that didn't hurt my eyes. There's also a lot of different window decorations. KDE and a few others like Blackbox are installed too but I haven't looked at them yet.