I'm glad it is useful. The bitworld/kestra project is a serious amount of work and very useful, but the frontend is tailored more to the people that work on it, and not so much for users to just find or browse a demo. Unfortunately the data did not allow for a real improvement due to the structure, so I build a new database structure each day from theirs, with a certain amount of guesswork for the relations between the data. this allowed me to build a more functional search interface, but of course each result links back to their data to get the full monty of info. I also wanted to have it so every result in the list had a screenshot, so you could browse "visually".
end of my waffle.