Bunsenlabs is pretty cool.
The conky config is nice enough, it's not overdone and all over like a lot of the ones I generally see. The OS uses a generally grey colour, which obviously can be changed, but I'm not huge on it. Bunsenlabs is supposed to be to debian what crunchbang was; preconfigured to work as one would require, including in terms of visuals, which I think they took too conservative an approach on by default.
in terms of functionality, Bunsenlabs manages to do pretty well. It's not unstable, and the openbox config is very usable. My only real issue was the default window sizing, which again, is easily changed.
I was sort of surprised the devs hadn't moved on from jessie to stretch as a base. Neofetch wasn't in the jessie repos, so this kind of bothered me, but again, not anything I can't change.
The lightdm layout is really nice, I have to say. It kind of reminds me of the ubuntu theme, so I really like it.
All in all, Bunsenlabs works, and it looks/functions well enough without much issue. The only "issues" are generally easy to remedy and it's certainly a reliable OS. I'm personally not big on openbox, so I wouldn't use this in my day-to-day life, but I'd still call Bunsenlabs an 8/10.
Sorry for the cut-off screenshot, kek.