@tomchaossen No problems. And just one more thing to keep in mind: Pd-l2Ork has broken binary compatibility with pd-extended and vanilla. This means that some externals will not work properly on it (but there is a way of compiling them for pd-l2ork, although I never tried it myself). That is by far the worse limitation of it. But if you work mainly with the externals that comes in pd-extended (all of which are included - and some improved! - in pd-l2ork) then there is no loss at all.
EDIT: I myself use it 99% of the time, it's only when I need to use the HOA library that I turn back to pd-extended or vanilla. But as soon as I manage to compile it for pd-l2ork, then I guess there is no turning back for me