I'm looking for a new torrent client. Why not BT? - It sold out ages ago. Why not uTorrent? - Same thing. Nowadays it "filters" "unwanted" material (i.e. deletes recognized pirated content after it's downloaded). Why not Deluge? - Deluge doesn't understand the concept of "do not download". I downloaded a discography, and I had marked entire folders as "do not download" (as I did not want those albums) when loading up the .torrent file. Even though they were marked, a lot of the data was still downloaded. I'm talking an entire 6 songs out of a 22-disc album were downloaded in their entirety even though they were marked "do not download". This wastes bandwidth, as well as requires me to go manually trim out a lot of crap, including unfinished/corrupt files that it started downloading and then stopped before they were done. This is obviously incorrect behavior but the client has Why not (250MB RAM usage Java client)? - I'm looking for a torrent client, not a huge software suite that just happens to do torrents as well. Advanced features (WebUI, etc.) not required. I just need a torrent client that's up-to-date (can handle DHT and other such modern connection features) and can download what I tell it to (fuck you uTorrent), and not download what I tell it to ignore (tired of waiting for Deluge to fix the issue).