It's same old slackware style -- a simple distro, but with a twist....
Aside from a new kernel that supports some new driverless web cams
It also packs an upgrade/patch tool in the form of slackpkg, which greatly simplifies getting the latest patches/upgrades.
It also works with common wifi devices out of the box, so no need to search for and download drivers for your wireless LAN devices
Another thing to watch out for is the 64 bit Slackware, which may be coming out really soon...
check out www.slackware.com