Yeah, I'm probably done updating the list due to a few reasons:
1. Barely any suggestions to add mods to it so I was spending too much time looking for mods to keep it updated.
2. I'm not sure if many people bothered to check it out since I've seen so many repeats (such as STEP).
isoku does good work and he was the original author of WATER, IIRC. I tried RW2 out when it was first released, as well as later versions, but felt that WATER looked better. RW2 is certainly worth a try, though, and I'll add it to the list.
I've been watching the progress of this Memory Patch for about a month now and it is more widely-usable now (easier to set up):
My loading screens only freeze at the very end for about 2 seconds before the...
I like Unreal's as I think it is a balanced ENB - meaning it looks good in a wide variety of areas.
When I was testing out presets a year ago, I found many to be to have too high of a sunlight brightness. This makes certain areas of the game look great and also can give some very nice looking...
Main reason is that Wyre Bash allows the creation of bashed patches. Personally, I suggest Wyre Bash over any other mod handler as it is quite easy to use nowadays and has plenty of functions that are useful (see what mods your saved games are using, BAIN, load order saves, etc.).