[QUOTE=firejuggler;346204]If anyone need a poly in this range (150170 digit) , ask. Or if I forgot one in this thread, remind me.[/QUOTE]
Would you be willing to give [code] 23847813234751095518553790092375554156554053397317779773831395300907022889988067196688707035368393323174109573706580716877436977083912429179428455659750299481884888866554791173 [/code] a go? It is the 176digit cofactor of iteration 677 in sequence 3270, which is I think still the shortest sequence starting with a number below 10000. If that's too big, [code] 86026587992252713187749194939696412639941777372908947403799022828963200928303537489025731813345034713461276262988371957157619420275286481805832459392273827 [/code] (the 155digit cofactor of 9436.1316) would also be of interest 
I'll give a nudge to the 176. I'll report back in few hours no garantee of a good poly.

I'll take a whack at the 176 as well.

Big is good if I have the sievetime estimates correct, all three of us can spend a few days on this number productively.
I'll start at 23.5M. 
What range do you recommand? 8M? or above, 40M?

I'm running 100M+ (polydegree 5).

I think anything 10M+ will have skew roughly similar. Even though overlapping ranges only duplicates a little bit of work, it's easy enough to search different ranges.
We can report our typical skews for the lists of decent polys to make sure 20m, 100m, and whatever you choose really are similar. 
Sounds like a good idea. It'd be nice to know how the skew varies (or doesn't) for given ranges. Here's my first one so farit's a fair bit under the expected range:
[CODE] expecting poly E from 1.46e013 to > 1.68e013 R0: 2988691192272804298611698595599499 R1: 237161778113747539 A0: 32731363407803097195252649322319485122428800 A1: 3923946321852883713926555500462761080 A2: 1172068129952158854846849214634 A3: 65955053275793992651415 A4: 8394258833127276 A5: 100009980 skew 13540340.13, size 2.166e017, alpha 8.427, combined = 1.085e013 rroots = 5[/CODE] Edit: Here's one with slightly better score and an order of magnitude lower skew: [CODE]polynomial selection complete R0: 2988105935112559387239257538404549 R1: 262138118976309551 A0: 1684154512885205386857910460902575111600 A1: 40913519008928283606564309026397940 A2: 42965292076801711799985554792 A3: 3340385908071805886631 A4: 682953059486718 A5: 100107960 skew 4054135.37, size 2.263e017, alpha 6.468, combined = 1.142e013 rroots = 3[/CODE] 
Skews for coeff = 23M are 712M for alphas in the 6's, 11 to 16M for alpha over 7. Best score after a few hours is 1.24e13 w/skew 8.7M.

Update: Score 1.32e13, skew 7.3M. Since wombatman's skews are lower than mine, I'll add a zero for tomorrow's run after a C152 run for RichD's aliqueit sequence.

For the C176
[code] R0: 2258685475663263250324560136301285 R1: 140428258550291 A0: 802438015828677555679491307924381393152 A1: 36920184606841951622303727157923495 A2: 41481464461097192689035440776 A3: 488488458101203216750 A4: 4075532791202328 A5: 405667080 skew 2987703.90, size 2.744e017, alpha 6.656, combined = 1.281e013 rroots = 5 [/code] 
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