SETI@Home just sent me a whiny message asking me to start back up crunching units. Ever since BOINC, I quit. It wasn't as smooth an install as the old screensaver, and, well, at first it wasn't a password protected screensaver either.

It looks like that might be fixed now, but I still wonder about this:

On most computers, SETI@home's graphics use the graphics coprocessor (such as NVIDIA or ATI), and don't significantly slow down computation.

Maybe I'm missing something, but doesn't that tell us there's more ET crunching power going to waste on most computers? Get in there and utilize those cycles the right way, SETI! Every cycle is sacred! ;^)