Since Lanyi wrote this, I've moved from stove to Equilab
. I like the canned ranges as a starting point, though even the DeucesCracked opening ranges are slightly tighter than most LAGTAGs (say, their video instructors) play. If you want a quick and dirty starting point for a standard opponent, it is great. Also you can save customized ranges, so "cold calling live donk" can be preserved for future use.
There was a point a few years ago when I stopped just skimming through posts with stoves and actually started doing them myself. It changed how I thought about hands, even during play. If you're someone who knows all the reasons why hot/cold equity isn't 100% accurate and never does it yourself, read Lanyi's post and improve your game.