I found a small issue with your license description on the front page.
This is the only GPL/LGPL type discussion that I found, and I didn't want to create a new topic, so....
You mention that one can not use the GPL and/or LGPL code in a commercial application. This is technically incorrect. One may charge money for an application that is subject to GPL/LGPL licensing; however, he must also release the source code
for that application. In practice, this is very difficult, because someone with the technical expertise and motivation can take your source code and provide an alternative at no cost.
What most people do that legally make money off of open source projects is to add binary-separate (closed-source) enhancements, or offer support and service which can not be easily duplicated.
btw: I am quite anxious to try out EasyHook in my own application...looks very promising.