I finally had the opportunity today. I really liked it. I also learned certain things, too.
Let's see what happens when one boots the Chakra Live DVD. A screen asking you to select your language greets you. I had seen it before. Back then, I thought that the language selection was rather scarce.
Finally, I tried the Office section. If one is considering Chakra for daily use, then one must be willing to use the Calligra office suite. Although I am satisfied with LibreOffice, the simple layout of Words was very appealing to me.
Chakra is an honest project that implements the KDE desktop and KDE software efficiently. However, despite the fact that Chakra facilitates certain aspects (such as providing non-free drivers or using Kapudan--Pardus' tool Kaptan during the installation-- to configure KDE), users new to Linux might find it complex (especially because of the software installing method). The same can be said of those users of Linux who depend exclusively on graphical front ends for installing/upgrading packages.
In other words, Chakra sounds like a challenge. Especially if you want to learn more because using it will imply adaptation to a new browser, a new office suite, and a new package manager.