pfSense 1.2 is chock full of cool features. Some that just caught my eye:
When I first found m0n0wall and pfsense, I was using the stable versions of both. I liked m0n0wall because it was clean and simple, and pfSense seemed kind of messy and disorganized. Once I tried out the 1.2 beta on the suggestion of Chris, one of the developers for both m0n0wall and pfsense, I've been really impressed with pfsense. The two projects are still both great, but I think pfsense is more appropriate for me. My communications don't require the utmost security, and having some extras like those mentioned above make all the difference for me.
Hmm, I just found this about the openbsd geode aes driver: