I also voted for Sabayon/Gentoo/Toorox, not because you asked me but because I truely prefer those distributions.
I was a Slackware user for a long time. Then I tried many existing distributions at the time. Gentoo did not exist yet, it was still called Enoch. I liked its flexibility and the fact that I was in control again. After a while, in Gentoo, I broke my system (again) so I looked around for other distributions. I tried Ubuntu because I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I liked how easy it was to install and how things "just worked". But Ubuntu uses apt-get, something I don't like. At all. The .deb package maintainers often make the wrong choices when compiling packages, at least in my opinion. An example is Ubuntu's mplayer package, it's compiled to use only 1 thread. Though things worked fine in Ubuntu, I missed the idea of being in control again.
That's where Sabayon stepped in. Sabayon = Ubuntu's ease of installation + Gentoo's flexibility. It combines the best of both worlds, in my opinion and thus deserved my vote. Best of luck, Sabayon-team!