Voted Yes - I like it very much especially the Connection Details tab.
Suggestion - A merging of 'Address & Port' to 184.108.40.206 : 80 (http). This simplifies interface and saves space.
-> I wanted a way to easily add more general rules when the Alert Level is set to 'Very High' while keeping some information.
So I just posted a wish with some screenshots: Firewall Alert - Very High
Oh hey! I didn't see that you posted here when I replied to your thread.
Thanks for the vote. As for your suggestion. I actually had been considering doing that early on, but didn't for a couple reasons. The explanation field on the considerations tab is about the right size, despite the message I used being pretty short. Anything smaller wouldn't fit a scroll wheel very well. So, the alert is about as compressed as I'd want it to be in that respect. It should be compatible with netbook screens. Last I checked the image size it worked. The other reason is that I wanted space to fit port names comfortably in the field. Plus, now with ipv6, I think it'd be nice to show both the unabbreviated and abbreviated addresses side by side.
Other things I'm thinking about for the next iteration are...
That tab I talked about in your thread, that would allow the user to live-tune alert frequency. However, I think I may call the tab "Precision."
I also think it may be in the novice user's interest to have the predefined policy drop down always showing, however, I'm not yet sure how to make it novice-friendly.
I'm also considering moving the additional options into a tab. So the alert wouldn't have to expand or contract jarringly like it would currently.
All together that makes four tabs. I'm thinking... "Summary" "Details" "Precision" "More"