I've developed a block cipher based on a Feistel network that is, round for round, smaller (4 steps) and faster (by 15 to 40 percent) than AES (aka Rijndael), and way simpler. I'd like to say stronger, too, but cannot support this assertion myself. Proprietary configurations are easy to create. Because it's a Feistel network (vs. a Substitution Permutation Network like AES), the s-box (an expansion p-box actually) , which is a table of 256 (or 1024 or 2048 in some flavors) 32-bit values, can be populated with virtually any normal random sequence, or even scheduled as part of the key. As with AES, it exhibits BIC and SAC compliance in two rounds. My question is, is there any way of having it examined, if only cursorily, by someone better educated and experienced?