I am joining to follow the quest for getting someone to pick up the technology (and in the hope that someone with the needed skills will be able to write a new driver for the iGesture Pad when the next generation of Windows ships).
I have written to another great touchpad company to suggest that they accquire the technology. I do not expect any answer - but if I get one, I will post it here.
Nothing comes close to using the iGesturePad as a mouse substitute. So I was shocked to find out that Fingerworks had turned its keys in.
Since I have three iGesture Pads in the house (too many computers) I found out too late. No hope of getting any "spares".