Hi Tom, I'm glad to hear you are still working with the project. If we can get linux and mac support for faster USB polling it would definitely boost the acceptance for that market. Without it, I'm not as sure it will catch on. I had the chance to demo Shawn Hart's adapter (he generously loaned me one) and software at the USACFC and BWCFC (Balt/Wash Collegiate Fencing Club) conference championships during the past month and the interest was high amongst fencer, coaches, and even referees. The one constant I heard from fencers is that the screen is hard to see at wide angles. If we could add extension light capability to the hardware, either through photoreceptors or through the gamepad rumble option, it would do a lot to assuage that concern. I'm working with a techie friend to redo the PCB design to support a ribbon cable header on the board that should make construction easier. I have an eye toward getting a quote from a Chinese friend on mass production of at least the completed PCB, if not the assembly as a whole. This in response to input from a number of fencers and teachers at schools, that while they love the concept, they do not have the expertise to construct the adapters. Keep us posted on your progress. Dave G.