Before we launch Team TechSpot officially, I believe we should get together and decide what's going to be the best project we could join. First thing to consider I believe is if the project is really helpful. For example, SETI is cool and has one of the best databases of 3rd party tools, etc., in fact I was extremely happy with it returning results for work units in very little time compared to the overall average (4 hours instead of 10!). In the other hand, you can't compare the search for extraterrestrial vs. cancer cure! UD is nice, it has the best looking utility of all and isn't as consuming as SETI GUI, however the problem I'm seeing with it is that you can't have WU (work units) cached, you can't resume packages (so if you restart your PC you go back to 0%) and WU take quite a longer time than SETI, which is a bad thing because... you can't resume! So unless we have a lot of members using broadband and leaving their PCs turned on all day, we don't have much of an opportunity. That's where the team's second priority comes in... room for competition. As you probably are aware of, many other hardware sites compete for the top spots in all these distributed computing projects... while I'm not looking pure recognition, I do believe some healthy competition does help the cause and I would love to see TechSpot Team scaling positions and making it's way to the top. Having considered that... I would like you guys to help me choosing any of the computing efforts before we go live with it. I know you have been TS regulars for quite some time and you will follow us wherever we head to in the future concerning this project, however regular users will be much harder to convince. Do not try making big sacrifices for now in neither of the projects as we could switch in little time and I do know it's annoying going back to zero. I'm currently downloading clients for Folding@home, I will see how those turn up and keep you updated. Any help or experience related to the different options we have would be kindly appreciated.