Originally Posted by phillyd32
This is the supported devices page. It's there.
If what you mean is that there will never be a Cyanogenmod ROM made for the note 3, then that makes sense.
No, what he meant was that with a locked boot loader on the AT&T Note 3, AOSP-based roms will never work because they require a different kernel.
Also, to get a lot of cool custom ROM features without flashing a custom ROM, download and install the Xposed framework (google it). It's very easy to install and opens up a ton of customization options.