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Well that's the problem, isn't it? I'm just pointing out that bug counts can't be used as a direct measure of software quality. A project with many users will get more bug reports than a less-used project of similar complexity and quality. There are other factors like availability of help and information, ease of writing a bug report and so on but I doubt these are as relevant in this case.
Guys, I use linux since 2011, I have already installed all types of distribution and in this period I had 6 different laptops, including AMD Enduro and Nvidia Optimus technologies. Among all tests, definitely I choose Ubuntu as distro and KDE as a graphical interface. I do not know the source-code of them, but with respect to the day-to-day use and configuration there are numerous details, which I will not specify here, that make me decide for this. For me, KDE 4.8 or higher is the best option for linux graphical interface today.