Thanks for the info, I just LIKE that feature myself as like I said it makes it easier to see how close we are to actual freezing and things like that. I also noticed the pressure is not user adjustable and I guess runs at absolute instead of relative pressure locally but one of my stations will also display ABS instead of relative and it seems to track pretty close.
It's only at day 3 of learning so maybe it will get closer and even out more.
I definitely think I'll want one of the bridges when they finally get released as it looks like from the beta testers sites and pics uploaded that they can display the data at a higher resolution out to tenths like I'd like and that would be fine and also let me keep track of data on the PC here if I want to.
The weather ticker feature is great and having the average and peaks gust right on the display is handy seeing how I work outside on roofs so wind speed data is important to me so I know if I'm going to loose a ladder or something like that.
So far we've had a few rain events here and it reported .39 with the last storm that rolled through, the TV station said we got about .22 in their 24 hour period so probably pretty close seeing how we're not close to any of the stations here, plus I guess you can manually calibrate the rain gauge if it seem way off, we'll see how that goes with more time.
Both of my Lacrosse units aren't even close on rain so can't use them to double check.
I'm still getting used to how it works and all the data it shows and all the goodies so we'll see how it does after it learns and settles in. It's mounted on the peak of my roof with the other wind sensor for the one still working unit on a short 3/4 pole, glad it turns out it could take a pole mount as the included base thing was too short to clear the peak on the other side where I tried to put it