Installed Ubuntu 8.10, got sick of brown

I installed 8.10 last week and lost my theme settings (some packages mostly).
The installation went pretty well and so far I'm happy with it. Don't know why so many people are whining about it. Sure, Debian-stable is fine but Ubuntu gave my wife and my brother a great entrance into the Linux world.
I did get sick of the brown/Orange human theme thought, so I decided to modify it and this is how:
sudo apt-get install blubuntu-theme
sudo sh -c "for i in \`find /usr/share/icons/Human -type f -name '*.png'\`; do convert \$i -recolor '0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0' \$i ; done;"

To revert the icons back to brown/orange:
sudo apt-get install --reinstall human-icon-theme

I don't care that it's a butt-ugly hack. It works :)

Screenshot attached: