Not a whole lot, Gordon, but thanks for asking. Ever since I saw Roger Ryan's Ambersons restoration, my interest in the project has waned, as his version is far more polished and professional looking. A while ago I sent my version to a museum in Europe that expressed interest in it. I was going to send a copy of Roger's too, but then I never heard anything back from the museum, and they didn't respond to several emails I sent them, so I didn't send it. I probably should have.
A few months ago R. Kadin was gracious enough to make DVDr's of both my version and Roger's and send them both to a well-known film critic in America. According to R. Kadin, the DVDs were received, but I don't know that any comment or suggestions were ever made by the critic.
I may do some more work on it this winter, but the silence recieved from both parties we sent the restorations to, suggests that they were not impressed with it. The museum had expressed reservations earlier about the voiceovers we used for the dialogue and soundtrack etc; and suggested we use subtitles instead. That may be the next step, if there is one.
I also sent a copy of my restoration to Citizen K over in Europe. That was several months ago. He said he enjoyed it and was working on one of his own, but I haven't heard anything else from him yet.
Jaime Marzol also contacted me about a month ago, about doing some more work on it, but he's also working on a restoration of THE STRANGER, which is his primary concern right now. I've also contributed to this project, which was originally scheduled to be finished and released in order to coincide with the release of Clinton Heylin's new book. Jaime told me he's redoing the whole thing with a new computer, so obviously, that original release plan is not gonna happen.