Very nice theme indeed. Only thing I can find that's not as good as it could be is the colour of the text when typing into the search entry in the overview mode; the colour of the text is almost indistinguishable from the background.
Another thing I'd love to see: a bit more friendliness for laptop users.
Screen real estate is extremely valuable with a small screen and a large top panel, large icons, etc is simply wasteful. I've only managed to find a single theme that was really nice to use on my laptop (but unfortunately it hasn't been updated for 3.8 yet).
Anyway, I just thought I'd mention it since it's an opportunity to set your theme apart a bit from others and gain even more fans
In general it's just about making things a bit smaller. For some concrete examples in Nokto-3.8
- the top panel is slightly too large - the grid in the grid are 118px with a spacing of 36px, a size of 84px with a spacing of 30px is more usable on my small screen - the icon size is 96px, half of that, 48px, is a better size
While I agree that one has to factor in seeing the panel and icons on a smaller screen it's also worth considering that one sits closer to the screen when using a laptop. It's also worth reflecting over what parts of the GUI where easy recognition is important, e.g. I don't think the size of the top panel is very important, it simply doesn't contain any frequently used information, while it's /always/ present, so keeping it small is worthwhile. On the other hand, in the overview the icons, and especially the desktops, must not be too small. At the same time the icons must not be too large, since then searching won't present very many hits then.
It does require a lot of work, but taking a queue from nuxio's Frieze theme ([link]) might be worth it. The organisation of that theme is exemplary, which makes customisation easier for users interested in that, and it also offers some pre-made customisations.