So we went from not having any SSH clients to four over the span of a month. I just recently released my latest version 1.1 of iSSH, which fixed issues like non-standard ports and added automatic public key exchange and multiple simultaneous connections. http://www.zinger-soft.com/ TouchTerm 2.0 was also recently released, taking their app from what began as a hackjob (no terminal emulation at all) to a half decent client (I'm a little biased, of course!). They added key generation and exchange and a connection list. http://jbrink.net/touchterm/ pTerm, the first SSH client with terminal emulation has been holding strong with their comparatively old 1.1 that fixed some major stability bugs on the first release. http://instantcocoa.com/products/pTerm/ Finally, another hack job (dare I say, scam) SSH was released as well. This client is nothing more than an SSH version of the Telnet client that they release a month earlier. No new features compared to their "terminal emulation-less" client, and no UI to speak of. Not going post a link because their site doesn't even mention it. So what's the consensus on the current state of the SSH clients? What's still missing? What do you all like and dislike about each?