Well since I didn't go to the maker faire I started doing a lot of long awaited fixes and upgrades to my Bumblebee II printer. I'm putting the E3D V6 hot end back on it, building a regulator board to provide power for the Raspberry PI, and power for the lighting so I won't need separate power adapters. I'll only have one power cord going forward. I also am going to do the same thing for the Hippie so it too will only have the single power cord.
I'm toying with the idea of converting the Bumblebee to a Bowden extruder, I've got all the components except I need to print the extruder itself and the Bowden mount. I think once I get some other things printed that I need to get down that'll be the next thing, then dual extrusion.
I have a prusa I3 kit to build, but it's going to be a group build with the robotics class so they can learn about 3d printers more, and we haven't gotten that scheduled yet. But I've been going through the kit and looking at the parts and I have to say I'm very impressed for a $320 kit. The only thing I think I'll be changing is using a RAMPS and a graphic LCD instead of the melzi, but I might try experimenting with the Melzi first to get the auto-bed leveling working.
I am also going to start building my 3DR rostock printer, which I'm very excited about. That thing is just going to be a blast I think :)