I am assembling kits and completed units to fill the orders received after March 22. I plan to ship most of these orders by April 6. I'm also putting together kits for Belton on the 14th.
Update: Belton was fun, though I didn't sell many IsoCat kits. There was a lot of interest, and I expect some will order kits off the website. The IcoTune was the front runner this time. We're thinking about going to Rayne, LA. in May, but will have to look at our work schedules and stock levels before deciding. This is a non-profit operation for the present, but is something we enjoy doing, so we're doing it.
I have two units to get in the mail by the 20th, then package as many units as I have parts for so I have stock to take to HamCom. Depending on how that goes, I may actually get to work on a repair project I have had on the shelf for a couple of years. I'm rebuilding an old Zenith table radio (1946 vintage) that belonged to my grandmother. I picked up a tube tester and a signal generator in Belton as part of that project. I'm also working on a couple of new products I hope to offer by the end of the year.