I’ve got the last two HDDs for my laptop today, which meets my final needs on HDD. Then I installed OpenBSD again, although I left it aside for a long time already.
There are a lot of changes in OpenBSD 5.4, including Intel KMS and 3D accelerations. However, my Microsoft Mobile Wireless Mouse 3500 does not work under this version of OpenBSD. And also, my laptop will freeze when it boots into OpenBSD, so I have to disable ACPI in OpenBSD kernel.
After all these versions through the years, I feel that the desktop experience is not as good as that in earlier versions. Of course, desktop is never OpenBSD’s purpose. I still remember my first version of OpenBSD - 4.7. At the beginning, I cannot adapt myself to it, however, gnome2 desktop is really awesome. Then, version 5.0 is the best version I’ve ever used, everything went smoothly.