Hi there. I am from Perth in Western Australia. I am 65 and my background is in electronics.
Had been looking at Bodhi for a while now and finally decided to put it on my laptop. It has two drive bays, with Windows 7 on one and the other I use for trying distro's.
Took me a few days to get my head around Moksha, but it's starting to make sense. Installed Synaptic and Double Commander, which running as gksu, allowed me to edit things. Figured out that editing the .desktop files was how you moved menu items into different categories and could rename or hide them.
Downloaded the Standard ISO and installed all my usual apps. Was amazed that it only uses around 225MB of memory on boot, with negligible CPU use, and doesn't increase greatly even after using things for a while. Changed the mouse bindings so the menu doesn't pop up on left click, only by clicking on the start icon. So things work much like normal for me now. You get set in your ways by my age!
I'm mainly a KDE man, but have tried most of the other DE's. Moksha is almost as configurable as KDE and I was surprised at what you can change. As others have already mentioned, I could not find a setting for the mouse double-click speed, but realized I could double-tap the touchpad - duh!
I have had Neon on the laptop for months, but think Bodhi will be hanging around for the near future.
Great distro guys, I'm liking it a lot.