- 5 stars (EXCELLENT) - Not only does everything it claims, but it is significantly more useful than scripts of similar nature. This script is likely to be one you use often and you highly recommend it.
- 4 stars (GOOD) - Useful and easy to use, though not necessarily special. This script is recommended but may be more suited for some people over others.
- 3 stars (PASSABLE) - May have some design issues and/or some missing features. Any problems it has are not drastic enough to recommend against, and some people may still find it useful. Recommended for those who need it and are willing to give it a try.
- 2 stars (POOR) - Script is of low quality, usability, or just doesn't do what it says it should. You are recommending against this script, while noting that it might have some redeeming value for a few people.
- 1 star (BAD) - Script either doesn't work correctly or is utterly useless. You can't think of any significant reason why someone should give it a try and are recommending that it be avoided completely.
While I know this script definitely had some serious thought and effort put into it at it's creation... it seems to be partially broken and is super slow since USO introduced Rate and Limiting. Documentation on exactly what it does is buried on the main page too so I just installed it and tried it out. It has potential if it actually is updated but as of right now it is definitely agonizingly slow to watch as it returns some of the ScriptWright info and not some of it too.
I haven't been able to block scripts since not every script xhr is completed and I know this isn't your fault. Tool tips don't seem to want to show up as well and expansion of each individual script doesn't always occur in a timely manner. Anyhow I will keep my eye out on it and change this if necessary when an update occurs.
BIYUS is an absolute Must-Install for people frequently browsing through USO scripts: It helps you get the lists clean by hiding content you don't want to see - may it be real spam, or just things you are not interested in. It is highly configurable, and the author quickly picks up useful suggestions to integrate into the code. I only can recommend it!