My goal with when compiling my ROM was very simple.
- Keep it as close to AOSP source as possible
- Add features that integrate/blend well with stock
- Add a few useful apps/utilities
- Maintain stability of a stock phone
I have used a few custom ROM's and have enjoyed the few I tried, running them for months before a feature or function pulled me to another. When Froyo was released, most if not all of the features I liked in other ROMs were now part of the OS or easily added with Market apps. I flashed the leaked FROYO builds and was reminded of how much I personally enjoyed the basic stock look and feel of "vanilla" Android running on my Droid.
SnkBitten is definitely not a feature packed ROM. It is built around the AOSP source with just a little bit extra. A better Music app, Power off Reboot option, additional wallpapers integrated into the wallpaper selection, flac support for audio files, DSPManager for tweaking the audio's EQ, a few extra apps and of course...root + Superuser and busybox.
I continue looking for those "little" extras that can be implemented without drastic source changes that take it farther away from AOSP, as for what I was looking to build.....AOSP plus a little extra was the goal.
This should hopefully give you enough info to decide if it's something you would be interested in without the need to install it and then find it "lacking" of extras you may be looking for. No massive amounts of scripts, features, extras, etc.....just a very stable and nice running ROM with a few tweaks here and a little extra feature there.