Over at RC Groups, there's an interesting thread
about Booz, a new Quad Rotor UAV project that uses some of the Paparazzi code as its base.
"This thread will be a place for all things Booz including the progress of the Booz hardware myself and Gussy are getting made. This will be for sale shortly (around one week) and will sell for US$850 including cables. It has the following features:
Complete hardware using the original Paparazzi BOM, no parts removed to save costs.
Professional PCB assembly done by a local assembly house, not soldered at home using a electric frying pan or cheap eBay oven.
All parts fully tested and with code loaded, as we are in Australia we can legally do this and export them worldwide.
We are also working on some 30 amp I2C ESCs, the hardware is complete and they will be MikroKopter compatible down to the software level. These will sell for just $35 each, however, will not be sold with software on them, just a boot loader which I still have to write."