For the desktop PC, not the RaspPi.
I was on Ubuntu until I decided to give Mint a try. Now my version of Mint is aged and decrepit. Unlike Ubuntu it doesn't do the rolling update thing, so if I'm going to have to do a backup and DVD install, I might as well consider my choices. I'd prefer to stay with Debian, because I like apt-get and because the RaspPi uses it. I'd like the rolling upgrade and I'd like something up-to-date rather than ultra-stable. But I honestly don't have the time to be fiddling with configuration stuff all day, so I think a raw Debian installation, although tempting, is probably not the best option. Community is not an issue; I was involved with Mandrake, posted a couple of queries on Ubuntu, and never surfaced with Mint.
So what are my choices?