I know several fellas that are fortunate to have a CC board, indeed one even has a CC3D board for evaluation.
Beyond that all I can share their enthusiasm for the quality of the hardware and respect for the ethic / objectives of the Open Pilot project.
Hoping to own a 3D board myself in a few months.
Beware of the Ebay scammers.
So I assume from your excited (that can be seen) that its is an awesome board?
Excited. Can't help but be excited with the possibilities that all of this technology offers... not just tthe OP project.
But, proud to say that my introduction to multirotor flying was skidding a Quadrixette with CC3D around a concrete pad. Not quite Juz70 acrobatic flying but hey I got hooked anyway. (And it even stayed the right way up).
It's just a stabilization board, not an autopilot. Their code is too large and they won't use standards like mavlink.
I like their forum and their project, but they're just a couple years behind APM and Paparazzi. For whatever reason I think they've hit a number of walls because of a few bad choices, so I don't see them catching up anytime soon.
After looking at the forum and some details, it is a good alternative for the KK board.
I see they have option for sensors and GPS, to go UAV. But nothing yet.
But yes the APM2 is very advance and light years ahead of the competition, especially in it's price range.
I promote the APM2 to everyone that I speak too.