Oh that's awesome! I can monitor it periodically.
Oh yes, definitely some custom drivers. IOTaWatt, hubduino, tons of hubconnect v2 RC2 drivers, iphone wifi presence sensors, you name it. Things to make the system useful. There are more 'experimental' drivers/apps on my no-radio hub, but out of necessity, I also have custom drivers for actual radio-based devices on my secondary hub. Many of the stock drivers are missing important features, or are just less-reliable than the custom stuff found buried in the forums.
My complaint has never been that that the hubs should be rock-solid with custom stuff, but simply that it's damn near impossible to self-diagnose the problems without any tools to track down the culprits. Would be amazing to see load per RM rule, overall load, memory, etc. Real-time health, essentially. It's nice to see these undocumented suggestions here, which might help me out over time.
I use things like device watchdog to let me know when it's time to reboot, but sometimes that doesn't catch it, and I still find out due to delayed actions for lighting, guest motion notification, etc. I always laugh when I get notified I have a guest like 5 seconds after they knock, when it took them 30 seconds to make it up my driveway. Just shake my head and smile -- oh well! haha