Would be nice to see this sort of thing on the Simtec stack. I did ask STD about this (in the context of the Unipod) but their response was something to the effect of 'it's unlikely to happen, but it might - in any case, don't hold your breath'...
Having spent the money on a Unipod, I'm beginning to think I might have been better off buying a Castle USB card instead. That said, I've sold my spare IDE interface and Ethernet card, so there's no going back now...
I don't think £10 is expensive at all. Heck, when Cocognut came out I plunked down £15 for it just because it looked like an interesting product.
The only thing I am a little worried about is the "realtime graduated fill" option. I hope there's going to be an option to disable this for the benefit of those of us who are still using 200MHz StrongARM RISC PCs (read: me).
Not that I'm disputing CTA's capabilities or their management's abilities, but CJE have managed to get a fairly good site set up.
Now, CJE have got, what, over 2000 items in their online catalogue? If CJE can manage to do that, why can't CTA?
Does anyone know if CTA publish a catalogue in dead-tree format?