The main idea behind SuperNexus is to provide stock Android experience, just like how Google intended it to be. SuperNexus is entirely built from Google's AOSP source. A lot of improvements and optimisations have been done to the Google's Source Code to have the best possible Vanilla Android Experience. SuperNexus is very light too as there are no 3rd party apps (ZERO Bloatware).
Android 4.4.2 KitKat (KOT49H - Android-4.4.2_r1)
Latest CM Kernel
All KitKat features and apps (Nothing excluded from AOSP)
No Visual Changes!
Stock KitKat look and feel
This will turn your Samsung Galaxy S III into a Nexus 5
Rooted (Super SU)
No 3rd Party App
Android Source Code vastly improved and optimised (i.e. Bionic, Dalvik, Webkit, Framework, libcore, SQlite etc - Thanks to CAF)
Bash & Nano Support
Native SIP/VOIP Support
OpenSSH Support (ssh, sshd, scp, stfp)
Ad-Hoc Network Support
exFAT and NTFS-3G support
EXT4 File System Optimisations
Large APN & SPN List
-Extended Power Menu (Reboot, Recovery, Download & Screenshot Options)
-Tweaked Animation Values Of Progress Spinners (Silky Smooth Loading Spinners)
-Options for switching between USB Mass Storage and MTP/PTP (On Specific Devices)
-Increased Maximum Tab limit from 16 to 64
-Option To Close All Tabs With One-Click
-Allowed Any Type Of File To Be Downloaded
-Allowed Installation Of Apps From Unknown Sources By Default
-Disabled Data Roaming By Default
-Removed Google's Software Updates Option from Settings
-Enabled Gesture Input By default
-Emoji Enabled by default
-Hardware Information of the device (Settings>About Device>Hardware Information)
Find one? Let me know.
I have no device to test,so backup yourself.