I think I have posted the first screenshots I have ever taken of both VOS-16 and VOS-32 running together at the same time networked together and both hooked up to a DB4 database on a shared drive.
I'm doing good. I'm like a mechanic who has the engine out all over the floor at 3:30pm but still manages to have the thing back together and ready for the customer to pick up at 5:00 after work. It probably looks like it's not in very good shape but in reality I am doing a lot of hardcore testing now with different configurations to make sure they are all performing well. For example, I am even throwing in a module with the VOS-16 version that allows you to talk to an ASCII driven serial interface to an I2C sensor network. That takes time to debug and test but it's all looking pretty solid.
One thing I am really happy about is that I have a true development environment to properly test and refine in, where formerly I used to crawl down into the shelter and plug in a compact flash card to update the computer. That wasn't working too good in the deployment. I am getting it right this time, instead of just "working" for me alone. This is necessary in order to share it with other people.