Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Kwheezy is a Debian 7 Wheezy fork that uses KDE as the default desktop environment. While the name is very intuitive, making reference to both KDE and Wheezy, there will be a problem when Debian Jessie will become the stable Debian version, because the name will not match any more.
This may not be a final decision, but when Kwheezy will switch to Debian Jessie as a code base, the distribution will change its name to Kebian, a name which is similar to what Kubuntu represents for Ubuntu.
The latest version of the system (for now) is Kwheezy 1.5, which is based on Debian 7.4, uses KDE 4.8.4 as the default DE and Kernel 3.2, for stability reasons.