As it says in Pirates... "St. Kitts is bustling with activity". We're so busy with doing stuff, it seems quiet. In fact we have some very neat surprises in the pipeline I can't reveal at the moment because there is some other competitive product being released soon and I'd like to keep the really exciting stuff for Zeus68k. It won't make much of a difference once the hardware is produced.
But here's some picture to keep you entertained. This is the preliminary boot menu that's being used by the devs to configure the card to avoid re-synthesizing the core all the time.
EDIT: What we are working on is software. Since the Zeus is a reconfigurable FPGA-design, there's not much to change in regard to hardware and it seems our test run was fine except for some very few things that can be changed for the final production run.