Is Paradis re-found? That is what Linux.com claims in this review and describtion of DSL.
Read it here
My conclusion: DSL is a great little distro. I can hardly imagine spending a day now without my trustworthy DSL-powered pendrive. Pendrive-based distros beat live CDs because they let you quickly save your session preferences and data on the same medium as the operating system. I won't use live CDs anymore except on older systems that don't support booting from a USB device, or for trying new distributions.
The distribution's quick release cycle shows that the developers working on the distribution non-stop. Their careful attention to details makes a world of a difference to users.