You know, I'll be giving gOS a whirl. I put it to download right now while I'll watch GLM's latest presentation. While I am aware that it is filled with Google centered and even proprietary stuff (which I don't like, of course), it wouldn't be the first time that things which I principally wouldn't use and support or wouldn't even like so much inspire certain ideas which could be put to something positive.
And before even trying it, one idea, or perhaps just something I think I would desire, is an alternative to gOS in terms of having a polished OS around Enlightenment E17, but even perhaps building in integration to various web services, but services built around Free Software and decentralized computing rather than proprietary centralized giants like Google.
Wouldn't that be nice?
Anyway, I'll report on what I think about gOS itself when I try it.