Well it happens that I like to live on the edge of technology so from time to time I try something new to satisfy my needs. The last time I switched to Gnome 3, which on Debian means that I have to pull some things from experimental branch.
That's over now and I was thinking what to do next. I was a little unhappy of how my system booted and because I had heard a lot of things about systemd, and all of them good, I decided to try it.
Installation was easy and fast. I followed the instructions available on the Debian wiki page and used aptitude for installation. I am following Debian testing and I also have the unstable branch in my sources.list.
I had just one problem the first time I booted. Gnome 3 (shell) did not load correctly and for a short period of time I had a Gnome2 with UI with a Gnome3 theme. That lasted until I logged out and in again.
Now everything seems to run smooth. My notebook seems to load a little bit faster. I did not run tests to see if it goes up fast, but it definitely goes down fast.
For official things about Systemd, please check the freedesktop project website.