At certain points, like pressing the final "Yes, install this" button in PND Manager, don't we have to use the touchscreen? I haven't tried using Tab and seeing if I can highlight buttons yet, but that'd be almost as inconvenient. It's mostly great, but having to let go of the Pandora and press the button on the screen each time I install something is at least noticeably inconvenient.I personally LOVE the input-scheme of the PNDManager! It really looks and feels professional and "natural" to the pandoras control layout.
Better use Yad nowadays, it's an fork of Zenity, still actively developed (Zenity isnt) and adding a lot more functions while still remaining simple.I am
EDIT: Okay, longer answer. The current first boot wizard is just a shell script. Zenity allows you to create dialogs with simple commands without touching UI layout and stuff. It's quite an easy way to parametrize shell commands interactively.