I have been using Gnome at home and KDE at work for the last two months, both with the latest version of Ubuntu. I have decided to go back to KDE for several reasons. By the way, I was able to remove Gnome and install KDE without even rebooting. =)
- The default torrent client in KDE is much more advanced than transmission.
- The system settings in Gnome are spread out on a menu rather than all in one dialog like KDE.
- Integration seems to be better in KDE. For example, using sftp or ftp works by default in most KDE applications and file managers.
- Quanta is much better than bluefish in my opinion.