Why can't you distribute Nvidia/Ati drivers? Is it because of legal issues ?
I was checking for the torrents here- http://ghostbsd.org/torrent
But they are on linux tracker. IMO, your homepage should have the links, how can I trust these unofficial torrents? Of course I can check the digests/check sums, but having the links on the download page will help the users.
I will have to manually download the packages or automate it using a script.
A script which will download a package with all its dependencies into a directory which I can take to another machine and just issue "pkg_add install * "
Please stick to ufs. Just don't go exclusive to zfs (like PC-BSD) or provide zfs as an extra option. It hurts the users who have old machines with less memory.
One good thing about gBSD is (as seen in the review), it is lighter than Debian on GNOME 2 (MATE). So keep up the good work.
And please keep supporting the torrents, as the place where I live, the broadband speed is not stable and fast. And there are frequent power cuts. A torrent helps us with fast downloads, is resilient to interruptions, I can pause 'n resume them, and reduces your use of bandwidth when the community seeds.