This is just a short resume. Ok this is what happened, and not
Downloaded both Debian stable and testing netinstall. Plus Sparky LXQt. First I tried to install Debian testing into Virtualbox, it started but ended just up with a very black screen after having chosen install method. This was with the latest test release of the Debian installer, and maybe there are some stuff to be sorted out with Vitrualbox. I did not care to investigate this further.
So I did install stable instead, with just the basics, upgraded it to unstable and added LXQt. Quite KDEish looking, and in dire need of a massive dose of cosmetical configurations in my opinion. I just wanted to get out of there.
Then I continued with Sparky LXQt. The iso were 1.2GB so it comes with a certain amount of "extra" stuff that you probably will never need. One thing though that I find ridiculous is that it comes with "wine"in the default install!!! I just do not get it. If a Linux user needs or wants it, it is just an apt-get away. Well that`s me.
In general I think that Sparky LXQt is quite an impresssive piece of work. Well worth a try for anynoe wanting to check out LXQt. The downside is probably that since it is based on testing one just have to be prepared for trouble due to LXQt being under heavy development. After the obligatory dist-upgrade it ended up very borked.
The design is very modern. Colors, themes, icons are all very now. A good integration with OpenBox, except that some of the pipe menus in the OpenBox menu did not work. The conclusion is that while LXQt might be ready for the masses, I am probably not redy for LXQt.