Regarding the talk about the wired infrared control... Yes, we know most people don't have an ethernet jack behind the TV to support a gc100. The next release does support bridge mode so you can put a slave unit behind the TV with wi-fi. But that's expensive and not ideal either. So we know both aren't great solutions. For that reason, we've put some effort into using the wi-fi infrared extender that Philips makes for their pronto. But, it doesn't use an open API and presented other challenges.
What we really need is a Z-Wave A/V control point. The spec exists--you send it the a/v commands over z-wave and it transmits. But nobody makes one yet. Nor a wi-fi a/v transmitter. And we're not a hardware manufacturer to build one ourself; we do software. This has actually been the hold up for IR. We had the GC100 interface working ages ago. But, since it doesn't have a UEI chip in it with the i/r codes built-in, and it required hardwired ethernet, we figured it wasn't a user-friendly solution. We were waiting on another company that was going to make a Z-Wave A/V control point, which would have been perfect. But, due to the economic turmoil, they, along with a lot of other companies that intended to launch new Z-Wave products have delayed their products, such as the power strip in our demo video.
So, we went back to the GC100. It will be out within a week. And we have a new program for developers too.