I love these things! I have been consulting for a San Diego museum and I just used wixels for wireless control of relays/lighting. I'd like to share the app that I created and also buy another pair of wixels to write more apps that I think people could make use of. It's a shame that there isn't a better, more friendly repository for apps (than posting a file to the forum) - I really think a lot of artists, not-so-techy tinkerers, regular people who want to accomplish something simple but wireless, would really like this product if there was an easy way for them to buy the wixel and zap a general-purpose app onto it that will likely satisfy their needs. The fact that newbies have to install the sdk and sort through the sample apps (which are a great resource for developers to base their own apps on, but not so much for people who want to plug and play) seems like a shame and a lost opportunity. Given that the wxl file has the description and license metadata built into it, it seems like it would be trivial to make a Wixel Apps website that mostly takes care of itself and is pretty, simple and friendly. I really think that something like that would help ensure the success of the Wixel - it's such a great product, but I think its potential is being wasted by not appealing to a wider audience. For example, I'd love to write an app that does something as simple a motion detection app that just requires a PIR sensor and allows a newbie to just set the options in the Wixel software, zap it onto the board and have 90% of their Halloween project's techy requirement taken care of. I know the product is really for "us", but the fact that this system (a) exposes parameters and (b) has the ability to package up wxl "apps" really could appeal to another audience of less nerdy people with great ideas.