Great to know! I have a Raspberry Pi3 model B. The B+ does not work with the pi-top OS at this point. Since I re-flashed the card with Edge and worked around whatever issue was causing it to run slowly, it has been working perfectly. I have leaned a lot about Linux by working with this, and BeePi is also teaching me a lot as I check it out. So many tools and great setup ideas that I want to try on my Falcon. Thanks so much! I'm also working on running aranym on the pi-top OS. I have it running with afros, but there will be many hoops to jump through before I would have anything even close to BeePi!
Tools that would be great for BeePi in the future: The ability to scan for wifi networks and switch at different locations. Support for the pi-top speakers, or especially the pi-top pulse speaker.
This is interesting information, but I am afraid it is too technical for me at this point: http://www.leinninger.com/2016/10/14/ho ... erry-pi-3/