Just a bit of a thought bubble here. So if you think it’s a stupid idea feel free to tell me so…
So I have tried most of the distros that have followed the CrunchBang model. BunsenLabs is where most of the old CrunchBang community have moved to.
CrunchBang++ has tried to make the environment a direct copy of what CrunchBang was I think, but I have not used it.
ArchLabs does a good job on an Arch base, and I think someone was working on a Fedora based version.
I was wondering if CrunchBang was different enough from OpenBox to be worth making into its own window manager.
Something that could be ported to the different distributions fairly easily, so if your using say Ubuntu Studio to pick a distro at random, but you want a CrunchBang feel then it is as easy as installing Xfce.