Oh yeah...

I spent so much time setting it up, I forgot to mention it. I created a store to sell the ZIFduino at bittyware.com. Only two boards have sold so far, but I haven't advertised at all. A naked board sold to the person I assume is running the Fundamental Logic store. They make a teeny tiny version of the Arduino. Whether it's to put it to use, curiosity or checking out the competition, they never got back to me to let me know.

A full kit sold to a rocketeer who goes by Tweeks. He'll be using it for programming chips to handle telemetry and and ejection controller in his rockets. Sounds pretty damn cool. He put together a great instruction page at theweeks.org/rockets/2008-06_ZIFDUINO.