Been using EVORIM Firewall since yesterday, and I actually kind of like it. It's a lot like WFC, which is good because it doesn't come with all the extra nuts and bolts which are already covered by other programs I use, thus there's no fear of confliction. I don't like that it came with anti-Windows 10 telemetry options, which makes me wonder what else is under the hood which may sacrifice security in exchange for user privacy. That's probably not the case, but you can't be too careful. It's really easy to block/allow programs. I also find it very attractive that I'm not feeling any performance impact (~30mb). Very simple layout, more so than WFC, but I don't really consider that a con. It provides the option to disable Win firewall in favor of its own, which for some might be a bad thing, but I don't really put too much dependency on my firewall for security anyway. An interesting experience, considering I thought it'd be trash.