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I second the slim recommendations. Tried ICSSGS first and then Slim. Just felt a lot snappier and lighter. Also tried latest CM9 nighties but I liked Slim better. It definitely is ready for daily use too
 
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i run with the infinitum 2,1 it so good.
 
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I now have the new CM9 (update 20120419). This one is (for me) a lot smoother. Seems like all the lag is gone now. You should give it a try
 
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CM9 nightly have no problem for me.
 
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Slim ICS (the best rom ever) with midnight kernel

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Dark knight 5. It is the best just been realised it pure Ics with the best features of gb like toggles

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At first i ran ICSSGS pure Google (AOSP) Rom for a long time and it was quite good. But then i wanted some cool stuff, like lockscreen extras.

Then i tried INFINITUM-v2.2--lSmallerlSimplerlStable (AOKP) Rom with the INFINITUM Blue Theme and i was amazed on how much better this rom was! Loads of settings and customizations and my SGS has never run this smooth!
 
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I have tried, "Elite 10.1" and "Android Open Kang Project - galaxysmtd - Build 32". They are arguably the best AOSP and AOKP roms available.
Elite 10.1 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1575683
Android Open Kang Project - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1524108
 
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I used ICSSGS (ICS 4.0.3) for a while with barely any problems at all, but now run nightly build CM9 and also very happy.

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I have tried, "Elite 10.1" and "Android Open Kang Project - galaxysmtd - Build 32". They are arguably the best AOSP and AOKP roms available.
Elite 10.1 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1575683
Android Open Kang Project - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1524108
Did you face any issue with the availability of apps in playStore with these roms ? I tried CM9 & slim ics but appstore did not show me iMobile (icici bank india mobile app). When I re installed from my backup, it did not work. I also faced low memory error with CM9 and slim ics.

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