The quote is by Ty-Lon speaking about imminent battle with Kung Fu Panda.
Seriously though: Endeavour OS is da bomb man. It is really good. After AL, first time I am so impressed w/ a distro (and I musta tried over 10 in the interim). It is as impressive as AL to me, but with a different philo. They tout KISS as their philo, and it is refreshingly KISS. Everything is simple: ex, their native terminal in their native DE (XFCE) runs bash, not zsh. Things are as simple as can be. The native XFCE is themed (other DEs are not) but very tastefully and non-ricely done (@chris). Colors are understated. No fancy glyphs or visual effects in terminal (thank God, after the horrible InstantOS experience).
Now the AL I got had very cool configs, EOS does not seem to do that. They do have a yad-based app called “welcome” which functions as a portal of sorts and is quite nice. Again, understated and useful. Function over form. They have glances as system monitor which is very thorough. Panel is really good with just the things I need on it, and nothing I don’t.
Things are working very smooth. I am testing it out, and will stick w/ it for some time.
Honestly, there was not a single thing I did not like (except was little surprised that this name is from the space shuttle; not bad, just a little surprising).
Have not joined their forum yet, will do that, and participate. Always love to participate in a nice distro that does things well. I think the endeavour OS repo has v. few apps so you’re pretty much running pure arch.
AL and Endeavour are two top distros. I got the impression AL is more tiling WM focused (maybe not, but I guess that’s how I use it always) whereas that is not a focus of Endeavour. All good, we need both.