Hi everyone, I have a total noob question about the UDOO, and thought that I'd ask some questions if that's ok? Basically, I have a dream project, and I'm trying to figure out how to make it a reality - basically an environmental monitoring/control system on steroids My initial build I'm hoping to just get my feet wet by doing some basic indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity tracking, logging the results to a mySQL database, and then building a web interface that will do graphing over time. From that initial build, I'm hoping to later expand that to include temperature/humidity sensors on both floors and the basement in our house, and then do stuff like trigger the furnace fan to kick on if any of the floors gets more than like 10 degrees difference from the other floors, and eventually use it to control the furnace itself (taking into consideration the furnace mode (heat or cooling) and compare the internal temperature with the outdoor temperature (and temperature trends) to determine whether the furnace should kick on, or if I should just like kick on an attic fan.) I'd also like to add sensors for smoke, water leak, power loss (or even track incoming utility voltage levels,) flammable vapor, and carbon monoxide detection, and have those sensors trigger an alarm/email/text/etc. if triggered. In order to do this, I need a system that can handle both analog and digital inputs, and to be able to interface with those inputs programmatically, and then do stuff with the data it collects. I was initially looking at a Raspberry Pi, but it only has 8 digital IO ports on the board itself and no analog ports, so I'd have to add some add-on boards like the ADC Pi from AB Electronics. And when you consider all of the add-ons I'd need to get my setup how I eventually want it, you're looking at a lot of money. And that doesn't even include the sensors. So I guess my question is - is this something that I could do with a UDOO? From what I've been reading, it looks like it's doable, but I wanted to make sure it would be the best platform for what I'm wanting to do? In my day job, I'm a Linux sysadmin and web (Java)/PLSQL developer, so I'm definitely not scared of stuff like this - it presents a fun and energizing challenge for me, one that I've wanted to do for a very long time. Any thoughts/comments/advice? I'm heavily considering the UDOO quad since I'll end up running a web/MySQL server on the box.