I'm not having any problems with the kernel. I'm actually getting really good battery life, too. If I want to get past the USB storage problem, I use a miniSD adapter or ADB. I did notice that ADB is problematic with large numbers of files (music), but other than that everything's cool. I like the remap, btw. It reminds me of when I was using DoomLord's bootable recovery all the time xD
Features of v5:
Recovery keys remapped
Two way call recording (FreeXperia)
Features of v4:
Added 1.6GHz Overclock
Features of v3:
Forked newest FXP kernel.
Disconnected ALS in kernel - read below.
Enabled some governors that were not already enabled.
SEMC kernel update
About the ALS being disconnected, here I explain:
In v2 of the kernel, I had produced a script inside the kernel and an app that ran the script, and basically what this did was check if `cat /sys/devices/i2c-0/0-0040/leds/lcd-backlight/als/enable` was equal to 1, if it was, it changed it back to zero. The problem with this is that it used CPU cycles and impacted on battery, as well as caused flickering.