Add a console.flush() after we sent each ANSI query that will
wait for a response. Also, use a single cache list command to check the MD5 of both files. This speeds up startup immensely. It would be a good idea to do something similar in Synchronet any time we send a query and wait for a response... as it sits now, we're basically adding extra delays that aren't strictly necessary. Another option would be to *always* flush before a blocking read, which would "fix" anything that's not using inkey() with a timeout of zero. This would just generally fix everything I think, unless there's something calling inkey() with a very small timeout just to avoid 100% CPU or something.