Just saying, but ive used two other sequencers and they both use serial boxes that can be moved around and saved. It does make it easier to see the position of the servo you are programming.
And just because someone hasnt asked doesnt mean they havent thought about it.
Also talking about extra value to the controller which means more money…currently you are the only servo controller company with boards that do not support the PS2 handle. Arbotix, lynxmotion, torobot, the white controllers that have the Decepticon logos, all support the handle. Now im not trolling you im just being straight.
You have an excellent product that im learning to use, but why not try going mainstream a lil. Think of how much more fun your product would be if the everyday hobbyist whose not a coder could get his bot going quicker. Hexapod and humanoid bots are a huge deal right now. Every body wants one. But they ate either way too expensive or too hard to program.
All im saying is think about what ive said. Maybe you could create a new product that attaches to the maestro.