FullMonty is a nice example of how you can customise KDE to your likings: FullMonty is a customised KDE desktop environment, setup the way I wanted it to be and it is made for PCLinuxOS. Besides addlocale, I see the FM as one of my main contributions, to make Texstar's PCLinuxOS even more special and valuable.
FullMonty is a PCLinuxOS only KDE desktop and I have no intentions to help getting it up and running on any other distro.
FullMonty is not just a different desktop layout but an entire concept. It includes many other things to make it a fully usable system: all scripts of the FM-tools, customised user account setup, fine-tuned application and settings, custom PCLinuxOS-specific additions, graphics, and much more. I worked many many months on this, everything of FullMonty is made specifically to match with PCLinuxOS.
In short, if you like FM, great then use it on PCLinuxOS. But if you don't want to use PCLinuxOS then digg into KDE, learn how it works, and setup your desktop the way you want it. In my already limited free time I work for PCLinuxOS, not other distros.