I think the most important thing is that it's possible as it is, but it's not optimal and never should be considered as an exemplary case. I'm having fun running non-desktop system on desktop, but it's important to warn others. The less they rely on GUI the less problems they will have.My point was that the overall operation of a gui system is contained within itself. The only potential problems are interfacing with the OS. Any bugs within the desktop system have nothing to do with FreeBSD or any other operating system. The post I was responding to seemed to think that FreeBSD would be the problem when it's not.