Haha, not quite but getting an entry into the Guinness Book of Records would be a nice addition. My original plan is to do warflying (mapping wifi networks), but since the CHB is a Linux box, it can do just about anything. I wanted to keep it separate from the autopilot in case of catastrophic failure.
I already got all my software compiled and running on the CHB, so I'm in the process of building the drone. It's a long process due to buying multiple parts from multiple places around the world. I have a couple 7805 regulators laying around that I was going to use, but I didn't realize how inefficient they are. I'm tying the CHB in with the main battery supply for the drone, so I need as much efficiency as possible even if it costs me an extra $14.
As I progress I'll be posting here: http://diydrones.com/profiles/blog/list … mtgix6xteo