To start off on a nicer note, that UI looks much better now. Kudos to you, nice work.
Okay, so what sort of things have you done / are planning to do to increase performance and save on memory usage? You have to remember, not everyone here is non-tech-savvy, people like me and other programmers do know stuff about computers and can understand things, so you should edit your main post to maybe elaborate on how exactly you will improve performance. Are you planning on optimising code? Cleaning out junk code? Rewriting the renderer? Elaborate on these, and more tech-savvy people will find this truthful. No offence, but in the opinions of me and a couple friends, with vague explanations like improving the "pipeline" (perhaps you should replace "pipeline" with "thread", or "main loop", pipeline and loop are completely different things and there is no pipeline in the game except for rendering, which is not what you were talking about), adding memory "caching" (again, should rephrase this, when you said improve RAM usage I assume you meant optimise and clean out code to make it less of a memory hog(? correct me if I'm wrong), which is completely different to caching. Caching is a process of adding a buffer to the CPU die to allow the CPU to be fed data constantly without looking back to the system RAM, the underlying hardware fills the cache with data from RAM (instructions and arguments mostly) and the CPU just looks at the "front" of the cache for data to use / execute) makes this seem really tacky, fake, and honestly a scam.
Just some food for thought. If this does what you advertise, I applaud you. As I suggested previously, perhaps include some comparison screenshots and videos to show how much of a difference this makes. And if you haven't started work on this, maybe reword things, because the way it's worded implies that the mod will definitely improve performance, and if you only have ideas and concepts, you have no idea what the outcome may be. Some optimisations you do to the code that you think will improve performance may in fact hinder it and make it worse. Perhaps reword the post to make it sound like this is what your goal is, rather than this is the definite outcome of it. You do not want to misinform people, people who have downloaded this expecting performance improvements but have gotten impacts to performance is much worse than dropping the mod because of some reason. At least with the latter, you have the ability to pick it back up once you've recollected your thoughts and ideas.
Kudos awarded here...Java coder, also forgot to mention fraud.