"That missing piece is called an eye for detail. This eye for
detail is what makes the difference between an amateurish and a
professional operating system. Sure, every operating system has
bugs. Every operating system has problems. Every operating system
has quirks. These things are what every new user must learn for
effective use of that operating system.
"Yet many of those so called bugs, problems and quirks can be
eliminated from a Linux distribution if a proper eye for detail can
be cast over before being released on an unsuspecting public. This
eye for detail however, is one of the hardest pieces of an
operating system puzzle to get right."