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    My list:
    1. Road Runner!
    2. XPort
    3. Mobilephone.net (Lambosprit)
    4. PDC (RobbyBMW)
    5. Capture!/Minicam
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    In no order:

    Roadrunner
    frodoplayer (Old & Dead, but still historically important)
    FusionBrain
    Carnetix p2140 (Powers Mac mini, usb control, customizable)
    m1-atx (kicked off the car computing revolution!) (now look at m2-atx hv (12-24 volts, newer design)

    Edited per heather's request to include one product. 12pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiberoptic View Post
    In no order:

    Roadrunner
    frodoplayer (Old & Dead, but still historically important)
    FusionBrain
    Carnetix Power supplies (powers mac mini and others)
    Ituner /mini-box Power supplies
    You must pick 1 product...or program which CNX supply and Ituner supply? Please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    He he, slap on the wrist for Fiber.

    Couldn't you have just shouted that across the office?
    my door was closed and I had on DND. She also likes to publicly embarrass me sometimes.

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    1. LinuxICE for its potential
    2. open source Road Runner for its potential that never happened
    3. xPort3 for solving a very elementary problem
    4. Capture! for sheer enjoyment and security
    5. iGuidance UMPC for porting to mobile computing and being finger friendly
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    I'm assuming he counts because he's a forum member here and the devices he creates he does so for himself first...and then offers them to anyone who wants them...Mitch!!!

    1) Mitch's Audio Selector box - totally saved my bacon and got my CarPC switching audio sources reliably!!
    2) Mitch's SC-C1 Sirius interface - Simple and elegant
    3) Mitch's HDRadio cable for the Visteon receiver
    4) Fusion Brain - totally agree with others...the potential here is nearly limitless!
    2003 Lexus SC430 - Black with Ecru. VaisTech & NavTool with Centrafuse integrated into factory nav screen (hands-free Bluetooth, Voice Command, mp3's, videos, HD Radio, Sirius Sat. radio, DVD, Internet, & digital gauges (via OBD-II)), & LuxLink module.

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    The best resurrected frontend I've ever used, period.

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    Is it a bit narcissistic to rack up my own programs in spots one and two?

    1) obdgpslogger
    2) obdsim
    3) LinuxICE

    Hardware wise
    4,5) OBDPro, OBDLink

    The OBDPro works with *slightly* less hassle out of the box, and the OBDLink works *slightly* faster out of the box, so it's hard to claim one is noticably better than the other; it all depends on what you want

    Gary (-;
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