I regret I didnt comment on Mint Bea. The aesthetics of that version were near perfection, in a word, awesome. It never occurred to me that I should try Ubuntu, Gnome and the rest, as I was happy with Kubuntu (+Automatix). But Mint changed my mind. I couldnt handle Ubuntu, were it not for Mint Bea.
Now comes this Bianca, and it's not as good for me. The intro screen: Bianca in big white letters over a military green box, with the word Linux prominently displayed, and "MINT" is just a small misplaced blur. Okay, so it's called Bianca, so what. Wouldnt it be preferable to place greater emphasis (size) on Mint? Who the hay is Bianca, like I care. I know it's Linux, but what brand of Linux? Duh, mxxx.
Oh, I get it: Bianca Linux!
The desktop wallpaper for Bianca has the same colors as the flag of Ukraine. Does this distro originate in Ukraine? I didnt think so. I like Ukraine, but I think those colors have a historical significance there.
I'm still thinkin about that menu structure. And wondering how I can get a Firefox icon on my desktop, cuz when i right click it (after I find it in the menu), it says "Add to favorites" which, seems to me, just places it further away from a mouse click. I guess I need to do a little reading, background study, to see why it is you changed the menu structure. I recall it's modeled on some other distro. Cant really see the advantage.
Just some initial comments. Great distro. I recommend it constantly.