Reading the Maestro webpage, noticed Maestro software licensing "tethering" licenses between a specific Maestro instance and a specific Flex-6000. Might be something added along the way, as I didn't notice this initially or in the fact sheet.
@FRS - How is this envisioned to work?
Wondering if the concept I had of a Maestro, Boomset, and Laptop "in a box" that I would take back and forth between my two main operating QTHs (one has a 6700 and the other a 6300) is compliant with the anticipated licensing scheme?
Eventually I wanted to upgrade the 6300 to a second 6700, and then the "Human Interface Box" including the Maestro would also go traveling with the liberated 6300 for non-QTH operations.
I may be adding complexity with the multiple QTHs and Flex-6000s, but kind of expect that this won't be all that untypical for a fair number of Maestro users, especially with the transportability of the Maestro head.
Thanks and 73