Here's a general question on handling VTC units in systems. I recently was called back to upgrade a system done about 5 years ago. I've since learned alot in the programming arena, code writing methods as well as 'ease of system use'. The way the system was originally laid out was to have basic scenarios of use, usually Presentation, Audio Conference and Video Conference. Each choice would essentially take the user to a different screen where the selected task could be performed without any extra buttons or choices to get in the way. This seemed to work for alot of the users, but as I do this more and more, I get exposed to different ways of doing things. The place I work for now basically uses a single screen with the VTC being both a source and destination, so one could conduct a video conference while doing a presentation, and select a popup to dial the ATC if they wanted. This seems like a much simpler way of doing things, and I was wondering how everyone else handles VTC units within integrated systems. This would also lead to the topic of actually laying out a useful control system. I know CEDIA or someone has the 'Dashboard' concept of touchpanel design, but I haven't heard if that lead to any standardizations. If anyone is using that, I'd be interested in hearing about it.