I download this distro and installed it on an Asus eee 701. For the purposes we had in mind (a small netbook to present Power Points and show videos to students at remote lecture halls) it has worked. It's front-end is beautiful, its built on a very reduced Ubuntu Hardy platform and its very quick (again ideal for our very specific purposes). I had to install all the codecs to play videos and Open Office and some True Type fonts after upgrading the install. A warning though, updating appears to corrupt the graphics so you need to reboot. Having been positive so far, I am really not sure this has huge mainstream appeal, it will take a bit of patience to sort out issues and is not the best Enlightenment-based distro to start with. Moon OS 2 is much more complete and has wider suitability to users and is nearly as fast. Other Enlightenment distros I have tried all look better on first view but all ultimately disappoint with frequent crashes and are just a bit too buggy for normal use. Here is a link to a review I found before trying it http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/ozos.html
and I must say I had precisely the same issues to deal with. But if you like to play and sort things out you can be rewarded with a very different and fast OS (yes it is faster than Mint XFCE and Fluxbox that I tried out), otherwise stick to LinuxMint or Moon OS (which I am fairly sure is built on Mint).