Wow... very nice.
It is my understanding that zwave has a metadata class... which is how sirius radio makes remotes that words are transmitted to... but I was wondering if I could use that data for other purposes. If I can send strings over zwave as metadata and interpret them (lol), it is a possible solution for many things. It was my understanding that the primary difficulty in utilizing it is some sort of limitation of that data. Everything I have read has been vague. Was just an idea, and thought you might have a fast answer.