Yes, ANAIIS deserve far better spotlight.
Poseidon is, without any doubt, covering far more USB devices, but that's something usual for software being developed over a prolongued time frame. I have both stacks installed in A500; my expectations from Poseidon are almost exausted, particulary after last version finally solved a terrible performance issue when used with USB-Ethernet bridge. If ANAIIS starts supporting that kind of USB class, I'll reconsider phasing out Poseidon since it is a resource hog (eats FastRAM as hell, perhaps that might be less important if Jens finalize ACA530, but for less expanded A500 that's unacceptable).
Anyway, congrats for Gillo and all other testers.