I have a rooted S3 and had been running Blazer 1.7 for a while. The ROM is very smooth and has SOME Samsung stock features without being too bloated. I wanted to try an AOSP Android. I have previously used Cyanogenmod on various other devices and loved it. I chose Baked (for something different). First of all, I used TWRP for the first time. Damn, I wish I used that before. I flashed the newest version of Baked and I got what I expected. A clean and smooth GS3 that mirrored the Galaxy Nexus 4.1. I ended up flashing Blazer 1.9 after a day or so. My biggest complaint was that I could not access my SD card files from the gallery or music player in Baked. I had this issue before on my GS2 and I know there was some work around but honestly that put me off. Plus, I actually enjoy flaunting my S Voice off to customers and some of the other GS3 specific features.