So I was at the Campaign walkon on Sunday and I had a bit of a thought whilst trying to find someone to shoot at on the Jungle field. Simple circuit boards are, at the best of times, a bit of fiddle to program what with opening up the grip, flicking dip switches, pulling triggers etc. OLED displays are better but still require multiple menu scrolling and the pressing of tiny buttons. After-market boards with many many more options must be a proper nightmare. Surely the obvious evolution is for the board to have a bluetooth chip so that it can be programmed from a smartphone or bluetooth equipped laptop / tablet with the appropriate app. Not only would the complexity of programming be simplified with a finger friendly set of scroll wheels and buttons but multiple configurations could be saved, grips would not need to be opened, performance data could be downloaded, multiple markers could be controlled from a single app and tournament locks would be easy to apply with a simple pin code entered by an umpire / official. It struck me as so bleeding obvious that I had to search on here to see if someone had already done it but I could find anything. Luxe appear to have programming via a USB cable to a PC as do the after-market Tadao boards but that's all I could find. Do I need to patent the idea and call Jony Ive to get working on the UI?? Any thoughts people? I can't possibly have thought of it first!