I'm Stephen from England and have been a user of SETI since I found out about it in the summer of 2000, currently running the project on two computers (along with other projects connected to BONIC) for the 10 year anniversary of running SETI I am going to setup a hexacore computer to run BONIC work units with the majority of the cores dedicated to SETI.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I run SETI because I beleive there are aliens out there, it's only a matter of time. I like to donate my computer time to scan as much as I can for the lads are Berkeley, I also like to use SETI work units for a benchmark whenever I get a new CPU.
The project is a great idea, it was the first of its kind for distributive computing and it's working amazingly, I only hope it keeps going for many years to come, we still have so much data left to scan.
At the moment my only suggestion is to bring back the statistic that shows how much computing time you have used on SETI, like it did with SETI classic.