I know this is going to be a shock to some but if you are a vendor for a major product like Toshiba, NEC, Avaya, Nortel, and you can fill in the ________________ with whatever major company you can name, your future success is limited. I have been watching and playing with different Asterisk distros for the last 4 years, and have finally found this distro that is a sleeping giant. Features that surpass the major PBX vendors are still not there for some but the work-a-rounds are fantastic. What is missing is a disto that uses a laptop power scheme so that when power is out the phones will work for a few hours without power. We are working on that. Voice over internet will be the standard in 5 years. This product has overcome many challenges that could have been killers to the project, but the one thing that wins in the end is persistence. Without it Asterisk is dead and gone. The latests nail in the coffin for PSTN has got to be eNUM trunks. When everyone has registered, all phone traffic will be free to the world. I have to say because we are a very large Toshiba dealer our phones have superb sound quality, and is the most easiest system to use, however VOIP now can compete because we have a carrier that can have an automatic backup failsafe route to another carrier or a cell phone. Create an outside extension for a cell phone and you can transfer a call from the cell phone to anywhere. Can't do that with most carriers. Gone are the days when Mark Spencer would create a new version and break the previous version. That is why I have waited so long. This is a production ready distro. Thanks and I will join in with help to develop further.