Over the weekend, we got the PCB for the Zigduino test jig. This jig is a major component of the production process, since it allows us to ensure that every Zigduino is correctly assembled and working when we ship it out. The parts are on order to assemble the test jig, and once it's together, developing the test software should be straightforward.
This means we're still on track to start shipping in the first quarter of this year. I toyed with various schemes for pre-orders and decided I hated all of them for one reason or another. Therefore, I will be taking reservations for the first batch starting in the next week or two.