Alright, lets get this Virtual Table Top Roundup Started. I'll go deeper into each of these, as much as I can, later. In the meantime, consider this the cheat sheet.
Fantasy Grounds 2: If there is a giant in the VTT playground, this is it. It has the virtual dice that WotC "borrowed" for their proof of concept VTT. Recently under new ownership, it has gotten much more responsive to community requests. Paid
iTabletop / Pandoren: While other VTTs get by with IM's and Group chat features, this one stresses Voice and Video. iTabletop is the current (much less enhanced) version while Silvetable / Pandoren is the hopefully, soon to be released on the masses, gaming nirvana. At least, I hope it hits that high note ;) Paid
Battlegrounds RPG: Before FG2 came under new ownership there wasn't a VTT that had as responsive a developer as Battlegrounds. More map centric than other VTTs, Heruca is constantly updating it with new releases and patches. Paid
Klooge: One of the granddaddies of the VTT sphere, there are still some VTT grognards working on mods for it. Paid
Screenmonkey: Just the GM needs the software - the players log in and interact thru their web browser. Paid for Full version, Free for the Lite version.
Maptools: The constantly updated free alternative to the paid VTTs. It has a large following and a very active community. Free
OpenRPG: Probably the grandaddy of the freeware, and one of the oldest VTTs still out there. Free
K, that a quick list of the main VTTs (in my humble opinion). I'll dig a bit for the more obscure or up and coming VTTs for part 2 of the list, and then get into the VTTs themselves.
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