Changing Default WM

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http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hi, I just did a fresh install of 64-bit Stable+BPO, and am having some trouble with this. I want to try out some tiling window window managers, namely awesome and i3, but haven't been able to get them set as default.I edited the .xsession file to have 'exec awesome' (and commented out openbox), but openbox still launches when I log in. I also changed awesome to be the default in the User Login Settings dialog, no luck. How can I get this to work?Also, I'm having problems with my monitor configuration reseting on reboot. Both monitors are recognized by default and have thei (HowTos)