If you know any other interesing kernel builds, then why not post them here? I
Well, I do not look for any interesting kernels, other than kernel.org. I do not expect any superb results with any kernels coming from Debian, or Ubuntu, although the last one confirmed to have better builds, especially recently ( no issues with Intel e1000(e) driver compared to Debian's builds, that were causing kernel panic either during boot, or an OOPS after 2-3 days of uptime - but it looks like some ppl responsible for this did not give a hoot ). I do build the kernel myself, either from scratch or I take one of the specific config files and simply get rid of stuff that is simply safe to remove, such as SiS and Via chipset support, or some other primitive crap, or most of "truly" proprietary hardware support and features ( incl debug ) in x86_64.
The 4.1rc3 is my built as well... Unfortunately I will not suggest to use any "prebuilt" one other than a few Ubuntu kernel versions over Debian. I will not suggest to use any "derastic" patches, such as BFS which is rather a big time crap in my opinion - maybe good for some single core P4 systems... nothing really else.
For me it is important to have a quite responsive system, without suff like 1000 HZ on 8 core Xeon box... which rises the power consumption, and heat, and the performance is debatable, and/or tough to justify.
Cool, I'll check out Liqurix kernel probably still today :-]