Finally I have the plasma edition from patreon and I must say this is going to be the best KDE distro ever. However, I had trouble trying to install and configure my system. Here is a list of troubles I had:
1.- Whenever I tried to install Solus in /dev/sda5 as my second OS, the BIOS entry never showed up. My disk had this structure:
sda ├─ sda1 (W. Reserved) ├─ sda2 (EFI) ├─ sda3 (W. Rescue) ├─ sda4 (Windows) └─ sda5 (Solus)
I didn't have this problem with the old installer whatsoever. Also, another thing I noticed is that every time I tried to reinstall from this iso another UEFI entry was added in my USB when I checked in my BIOS.
I had to erase my entire disk in order to install Solus properly. After a full update, I checked the EFI partition and "BOOTX64.EFI" was missing from my previous attempts.
2.- I think there's still a locale issue. In this pic (https://imgur.com/a/99mIj) Places is pointing the wrong path. My locale is es_ES and I should point to ~/Música, which btw is now created automatically.
3.- In system preferences, I can't set 144hz even though I select it. Everytime I go to screen settings, 119hz is selected by default. My monitor is a ViewSonic XG2401.
inxi -F shows --> Resolution: firstname.lastname@example.org
xrandr shows --> 1920x1080 119.98 + 143.85*
I wanted to know if this was a KDE issue or Solus's, so I installed openSUSE in another partition. Using that distro I noticed 3 things. The first one: I could easly set 144hz. Second one: the frame rates were correctly sorted and showed (in solus was kinda messy... 30hz on top, 60hz at the bottom and 144 in the middle).
And the third and most important one: Solus performance is waaay superior than SUSE's. Keep up the good work, guys. Thank you and congratulations, this a beautiful thing.
PS. My hardware specs: https://hastebin.com/iqexizobed.sql
Edit 1: Added more info about monitor