Anything as "complete" as GNOME?
So, I'm using Ubuntu 9.04 on an eee 1000ha, and have been searching for a light-weight desktop with all of the nifty features of GNOME, among them, automatic network setup on login, power monitoring, and media-keyboard support (the eee has a special modifier key for this, and allows volume up and down). I've played with a few DEs, specifically XFCE, Fluxbox and LXDE, the latter two for a couple minutes after being unable to find out online about how to configure wireless properly, and I'm not a big fan of how Fluxbox looks. I stopped using XFCE because there was an extra 20MB of RAM being used in the XFCE session that wasn't used in the GNOME session, and there was no volume control.
For the most part, I'm looking for DEs or Window Managers in the Ubuntu repositories, or with an available DEB package, as I'm not comfortable with the idea of compiling the main part of the system I'll be using. Any recommendations?