I think what you meant to say is that gives you a less fluctuating temperature, but a lower clocked kernel will do the exact same thing for you.
You seem to think that running a 1.2Ghz kernel and then limiting it to run slower is actually productive??? I see that as counter-productive.
I do think the whole concept of Set CPU vs Script should be explored more.
I'm wondering if Pete MAY have stumbled onto something here. Does a script that is "set it and forget it" generate a smoother and cooler running device? Maybe or maybe not. Just because it works great for me proves nothing.
When Skull runs his tests it will probably give us a lot more insight into this whole discussion.
Maybe Set CPU does generate more heat and effect performance negatively by it's constant polling. Maybe it doesn't. Maybe the script will become the best "tool" for over clocking or maybe it won't but I think the topic is worth exploring more.