I was a "pro" overclocker in the early 2000s (competed for the computer store I worked for, nothing major) and have been working on higher-performance windows systems ever since. I do gaming builds and tune-ups pretty much just for friends now as I have a corporate IT gig.
Anyway, I spend a lot of time tuning and stripping down windows for both gaming and audio latency (I do live performances) and the Atlas package does what takes me many hours to do in just minutes (and some things I cant do). It's near perfect from a gaming and benchmarking perspective, I think there is a bit of post-install bloat that could be reduced but nothing that really affects performance. Can't wait to see how this project evolves :)
Edit: One small issue I am encountering is the CPU usage is a bit too high, I assume this is because of the CPU parking/idling scripts but it's causing my CPU to run too hot for my laptop and throttle therefore running slower. Will play around with this a bit more.
Edit #2: It was the CPU Idel script in the power options folder. Disabling that allowed my system to turbo faster at the cost of slightly higher latency.
Here are 2 images of the same app running basically the same scenario, one is a highly tuned win10 install with almost all drivers hard disabled including networking running a high-performance
plan. The other is Atlas running basically the same yet getting less than half the latency :)