I rarely look at seedfinder.eu, mainly due to the hopelessness of searching that sort of everything-but-the-kitchen-sink type of database. I would think for anybody doing serious research, it's pretty useful. That being said, one thing I do find useful is the total number of strains it has on hand to look up. It's over 12,900 now. If I recall, It's nearly double of what it was a few years ago. They list variations of strains, so common strains like cheese or hash plant, etc. will have many strains listed, with the company listed. For example: Hash Plant (Sensi seeds) Hash Plant (Crop King Seeds) etc. This post is more about the speed in which new strains are hitting the market. Which is pretty amazing.