Reactor provides much more than a mere list of reaction equations: there are several propery fields associated to every member of Chemaxon's Reaction Library. You may read them or add your own experimental results in the Properties tab of the reaction editor.
Following property fields are available:
Explanation of the generic reaction, code etc.
Text representation of the reaction scheme: reactants >> products
Agents, catalysts, and other key ingredients needed for the reaction
Short description of the method
Typical solvent(s) used in the reaction
Typical reaction temperature
Acidity/basicity of the reaction mixture
Typical reaction time in hours
Overall preparation time including the reaction and the workup
Typical yield of the reaction
Popularity of a reaction, how widely it is used (higher value means more likely, value range: 1-3)
The manual difficulty of the reaction and workup procdures (need of special equipments, high pressure, difficult workup due to emulsion, etc; higher value means more difficult value range: 1-3)
Reliability of reaction (i.e. Grignard is not difficult, but sometimes does not start; higher value means more reliable, value range: 1-3)
Laboratory or personal risk (handling toxic, flammable reagents; higher value means higher safety risk, value range: 1-3)
The environmental effect of the used material and methods (higher value means more severe environmental risk, value range: 1-3)
Most relevant (original) literature citations
Personal remarks about the reaction, experiments
Encoding of the reaction conditions by ...
Name of the person adding or editing the reaction
An example from Reactor's library: