Switching disro just because your distro doesn't release rc kernel 5 minutes after Linus pushes it is silly.
If you really want bleeding edge, just use git.
You might need to spend hour of your time trying to set everything up (configuration, compilation itself takes about 5 minutes at recent hardware) - it really isn't that hard or time consuming.
I mean, updating is this simple:
You will have to setup your bootloader to know that kernel is located at /boot/kernel-git, but that's pretty easy, generally.
su -c 'make modules_install && cp arch/x86/boot/bzImage /boot/kernel-git'