I have released a new version of lsgmake-gap, 0.13 (md5). This version puts the "ls" back in lsgmake-gap by adding the --bsub-options command-line option which allows the user to specify arbitrary options to bsub. So now you should be able to easily take advantage of all the power of LSF. Also, if you have had problems with job-name dependency trouble because of lsgmake-gap's reuse of job names when resubmitting a failed analysis, there is now the --id command-line option to provide a unique identifier for each execution.