Yeah, I wanted to chime in here as well. I was one of the people voting against using Jinteki.net in the SHL, and I gave Jinteki.net another try a few days ago and have played some dozen games on it, and it’s REALLY REALLY a lot better than it was even six months ago. The over-all play experience is better and faster than OCTGN with more formal inclusion of the timing structure of a run, which is neat. The remaining bugs are pretty few and largely workable (except things like Escher, and I’ve noticed Street Peddler basically doesn’t work) and the experience feels less finnicky than OCTGN.
On top of all that, though, I can run it on Linux so I’m probably going to leave OCTGN behind entirely with the possible exception of SHL games. Thanks, @mtgred, you’ve made a wonderful online client!