Sorry for not being more concise with my last post but as I have stated, I am very new to this. Instead of trying to be more concrete with statements from my previous post, let me elaborate on why I purchased your product and what I had hoped your product would provide. I purchased a myAHRS+ board based on your advertisement of it's ability to provide accurate AHRS data. In particular I was impressed with the video showing it's resistance to centripetal acceleration. The Stratux group has been writing AHRS programming using several different sensor boards in an effort to provide accurate AHRS output. They have evaluated their programming attempts by conducting flight tests, mainly in private general aviation passenger airplanes. So far they have determined that when the airplane is in an accelerated banking turn, the instrument UI in Stratux, which is an attitude indicator inaccurately displays a wings level attitude. This indication shows their programming currently isn’t reliable or usable. They continue to struggle with how to overcome this problem. Since myAHRS+ apparently has solved the problem , I was hopeful it would be accepted by the Stratux community. I mentioned it to them and provided documentation and videos from your website. However, several expressed doubts as to its ability to provide output not affected by centripetal acceleration. They also felt that the inability to make changes to the board's programming was a big limitation. If myAHRS+ is fully capable of providing accurate AHRS output without suffering from the adverse effects of centripetal acceleration, it might ultimately result in the community adapting and supporting your board. This could also result in the creation of a reliable emergency backup attitude indicator for pilots. It could also result in your company realizing potential sales of many hundreds of your boards. So, a closer examination on your part of the Stratux project may be worthwhile to you and ultimately benefit many, many pilots who are building a Stratux device for ADS-B, navigation an AHRS purposes.