@james_pattison Did you actually do a rewrite and still have it anywhere? This has been brought up again recently elsewhere, and I was going to look at submitting a PR to rebalance the wiki page a bit.
The Craft and Theory stuff is absolutely fantastic. It’s very professional, very well supported, updated and maintained, does a better job than anything else available, very reasonable price, and most importantly provides a turnkey, out of the box solution for those ardupilot users who just want to get on and do stuff rather than get frustrated soldering, hacking code etc. It’s a perfect model for an ardupilot partner that I wished many others would follow (real lack of similar hardware/frame solutions).
However, it is a commercial solution and their wiki updates basically present it as the one and only option and has somewhat wiped out any mention of opensource alternatives which are real and work very well, and for such an opensource project that’s something that could easily be improved with a wiki update.
To reiterate, this is nothing against Craft and Theory who present a great product, and the documentation they’ve provided in the wiki is superb, it’s just a little biased at the expense of opensource alternatives.