First of all, thank you very much to those who designed and put together, both Sabayon, and the spritz thing, along with the zenana site.
Second, I just installed Sabayon 3.5. I installed a bunch of things, I would rather have not have. When I click on an item in Spritz, it says "update", but does not say "remove". This would be a nice addition, as I would like to remove most of the things I previously installed.
Third, There is a large lag time for me against zenana, when I am selecting new packages for download. I would like to suggest a wait cue for this, rather than making the user sit and wait until it has been confirmed with the download server (which appears to be what's currently happening). That way, I could scroll down (and select over) the list in 10 seconds, instead of in 10 minutes. Perhaps a list of those things which had problems (missing dependencies, etc. ) could be kept somewhere else and reviewed by the user at his/her leisure, before beginning download?
That said, the systems in place look very nice and work very well, and are a joy to use. I don't use linux often, so it gets kind of confusing wondering what 5 or 6 different directories, my old version of firefox might happen to be in. A software system to remove the old software and install the new software (I'm hoping this removes the old) is just the thing.
Something else I just thought of is that with things like KDE 4.1.0, it would be nice to have the core 4.1.0 desktop environment grouped together for download together, instead of having to select the packages 1 by 1 and, that, while wading through many other unnecessary KDE items. I realize that this might not be high on the priority list, but it would be nice to have.