NP, and that's good news indeed! Can't wait to get back to ICS, it's like a whole different experience. Plus how it drives other with more powerful and common phones nuts to see us already with ICS, lol. CM7 has almost nothing more to work on or so it seems.
Would reverse tethering (accessing net through a dumb phone for example) through BT be a lot of work? I mean my old WM2003 PocketPC supports way more profiles than Android, while being almost a decade older... The BCM4330 we have is the same as on Galaxy SII so the chip supports very low power operation or BT 4.0 and all that. Only problem devs hate Broadcomm for writing garbage drivers and not releasing them, afaik
We don't even have a BCM4330 driver. We had an attempt at one borrowed from the Smart Tab 10 source, but it just doesn't play ball yet. At the moment we hack the kernel around this single, ZTE-supplied Wi-Fi module that they didn't release the source for.
I'll try and get that BCM4330 driver to work at some point - it'll be nice having something designed for the hardware that can be built from source!