Thanks, you've just answered a query I had about themes in the legacy version. So I've now installed the legacy version to my old Eee PC 4GB, updated it, installed Synaptic, GDebi, 4 extra themes, 4 extra icon sets, Mirage, Thunar File Manager, VLC, Abiword, Evince, Firefox and Adobe Flash. And I still have 1GB free. Now I've tweaked themes and icons I am feeling more familiar with it.
My query on themes was going to be - I have the two available E17 themes, but am not a great fan of black or grey, although they are both nice and clean looking. So I installed two of the older E17 themes from synaptic - bodhi7 and Nostrum (yes I know it's black and grey but it's also very artistic!). They both run fine, but the Enlightenment file manager is blacked out with the older themes, so I installed Thunar. However, whichever theme or gtk I have, the File Manager window and folders are still black and orange. Which is ok, but as you said earlier you are looking at themes that go across the board (forgive my lack of terminology). So basically the older theme is more like a wallpaper? I'm impressed at how fast software installs. My only gripe (and I know it is early days) is the lack of software in the App Centre. The old Appcentre had much more in it and also the packages. I wouldn't describe myself as a beginner to Linux but not quite at intermediate stage either, and using synaptic is always nerve racking for certain things as you never know which version etc.
It is so fast on the Eeepc 4GB it reminds me of cloud based distros like Jolicloud (that was). My requests would be - a much fuller app centre, many more themes like the old beautiful artistic ones - and the 'places' module gadget thingy so I can put it on my desktop, and which was unique to Bodhi and one of my favourite things! Meanwhile I've downloaded disk utility.