Another purple envelope arrived today, but that's not really the topic (that'n is a little-bitty 4-layer design for playing with in background mode: a range-boosted 802.15.4 radio module).
No, today's topic is a board that came in a couple of weeks ago, and I just got it (mostly) working, with a couple of patch wires because Careless*. Still needs a barnacle tacked on, because I changed the design after the board was out to fab. Also needs AVR firmware installed (probably Arduino bootloader plus a small sketch), and a connector that should be arriving Wednesday-ish.
It's my first home-baked Raspberry Pi Crust! I'm being coy about its function for the moment, as this is meant to become a product, but it's a cute little rascal, and I should be making connections with a corner of the prospective market at the Maker Faire this coming weekend.
There's also a Beagle Cape version in the works, along with a tidied-up respin of the Pi Crust, in the next month or so.
* When you're knocking out board designs in an afternoon, and not on a deadline, and prototype fab cost is under $10, convening a $2500 formal design review Just Ain't Happenin'. Also, those design reviews never seem to catch the sorts of errors I had on this board anyway.