There are at least 3 groups currently assessing Florida ballots.
1-The National Opinion Research Center, a nonprofit firm
affiliated with the University of Chicago, plans to build a database of the 180,000 ballots that did not register a vote for president during machine counts.
They will be overseen by The Associated Press, CNN, The New York Times, The Palm Beach Post, St. Petersburg Times, Tribune Publishing, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post.
They goal is 'is to inspect and classify these ballots, and certainly not to challenge the certification of results."
Among other things they will assign punchcard ballots by degree of chadness-whether dimpled, hanging by a corner or multiple corners, missing, dimpled, etc.
2-The Miami Herald is reviewing the estimated 60,000 undervote ballots that were rejected statewide.
3-The conservative group Judicial Watch, gadfly or watchdog depending on your biases, is conducting its own review.
My own feeling is group 1 is driven by the academic desire to quantify phenomena, group 2 sees a Pulitzer in the future, and group 3 is looking to provide political cover for Gopers if groups 1 and 2 show up embarassing data.