As I've mentioned before I'm an openSUSE user, and as long as they
don't make the "U" lower case again, I'll probably stick with it.
When it comes to package management, OpenSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprice
(and SuSE before them) are usually associated with YaST (and yes, I'm still
waiting for them to upper case the "a").
YaST works well but it's a bit verbose for installing a single
package, and of course that's just more fodder for the apt-getters with
all their apt-get install this and their apt-get install thats.
And you can't argue with them, but there are other options with openSUSE:
yum and apt4rpm come to mind, but the preferred solution is zypper.