I am not a professional scholar but I am heavily into Latin classics. Currently I am a volunteer proofreader for Project Gutenberg, Italy section and I cannot speak for the Project, but you have, for me, made life so much easier proofreading Latin texts simply by making the Dictionary of Latin Forms available at all, ignoring the fact that it is available for free, which puts icing on the cake. I suspect you know this already from your own proofreaders. It is amazingly simple to put side by side with a text being proofed and check spellings with the proper grammatical forms. It also makes it easier to interpret smashed type from scanned versions of very old pages by using 4 screens at once, scanned original, the computer-generated text you are proofing, a better pdf shot of the actual old book-page, and the dictionary itself, saving MUCH time in alt-tabbing alone. The only thing for improving that I can see this early on is the addition of possible variants like "ads" rarely for "ass," as in "adsumo" for "assumo." Bless you.