Most smart home systems, including our Series 1, required you to write custom drivers for everything. However we found that many devices, particularly A/V equipment, uses relatively simple protocols. So we're developing a "Generic Serial I/O" device that requires no coding to create a driver, and can be configured using the web site. It will contain an embedded Ruby processor for handlng variables and data manipulation. This should dramatically speed up the development of drivers. Therefore, our first priority is to finish this before working on the drivers themselves. Our timeline now calls for this to be included in the 220.127.116.11 build, scheduled around March 18. Once that's done, we will work on drivers on an as-needed basis. We will have 2 or 3 programmers working on just the device drivers, and they usually take 2-3 weeks per (hopefully less now). But that means we can usually add about 5 or 6 device drivers per month. HAI Omni and the Panasonic IP cameras are near the top of the list, and I would look for them in mid-late April.