no ETA still I assumed?Well, there are a lot of little things. It was pretty cool to have a one on one zoom with them. I encourage anyone that hasn't signed up for the preview already , to do so. The LED array and reflector have been updated. Light distribution has been smoothed out compared to the 700. Built in wifi (essentially the same as the wifi dongle) two 0-10v ports for older lights and eventually apex connectivity. Although, I'm not a fan of using the apex to control my lights (at least Kessil), but I see that some want this option. I think the phone app is all you'll need to control the light (and any light connected to the AP9X). When other lights, say 360x's are connected, the AP9X will be the "hub", so you can create groups and everything else the controller and dongle give you. Two K-link ports for connecting more lights. It's lighter by a couple pounds and has a new mounting attachment for the "A" mounting arm that lets you tilt, rotate and set your preferred angle. The pucks are a little closer to each other and the coverage is roughly 36" x 24" for sps.
I would wish that nothing can be as crappy as the wifi implementation and associated app the AP700 uses.All i gotta say is, its a good light great par wish they included more in the box like a legit hanging kit atleast for the price and sucks trouble connecting to wifi via app just like ap700