Love the Suse distro
Yast and System Settings keep nearly all your config in one place if you don't want to be messing with text-file configuration and random GUI config programs. There are Steam repo's and if you switch your multimedia repo to Packman you free yourself from American patent madness and all your multimedia formats like AAC work fine. We have Mac's in the house which serves all the music for my wife's ipad.
KDE is a little ugly on first start, the default font is a little thin on my display, but swap your system fonts from "sans serif" to "Nimbus L Sans" and it will look really good (IMHO) - again, easy with System Settings->Application Appearance.
Yast is definitely nice for those who just want to use linux rather than be bothered hunting down all the quirks different distro's have.