Yes...for many this is "Industry News" and great news indeed, especially for those who have been delaying development of certain features or grander site rollouts due to licensing costs. With this latest change in licensing policy comes the new WebORB for .NET 3.4 release. This release increases the feature set to include: * Significant improvements in the AMF3 protocol compliance * RTMPT support * Support for the RTMP bandwidth detection * DataTable/DataSet row serialization configuration * NHibernate proxy serialization support * ArrayCollection serialization support * Configurable support for Enum type serialization * WebORB configuration hot deployment * VideoChat example now has audio support Developers can download WebORB for .NET for FREE at: