Hey there Stephen!
It's my first post in the MetaMod forums, but it's certainly not going to be the last. Just my luck that today of all days, when I came to see if there were any updates to MetaMod Pro and MetaTemplate Pro, I stumble across your awesome latest releases, and I'm most impressed by JomGenius. I can see that it's been designed with future component support in mind, and it's certainly going to help shave off a lot of time setting up MetaMod and MetaTemplate. (I love these extensions, btw )
I'm wondering if I can assist in making a JomGenius script template for redSHOP, a new eCommerce extension for Joomla which is leaps and bounds ahead of VirtueMart and is steadily picking up pace in the eCommerce scene. (http://redcomponent.com/redshop) It's replaced VM for me and it's quickly doing the same for others. What I would ultimately want is for all the current support that VM has to be offered for redSHOP, as I'll be using it for all my eCommerce projects in the future.
In terms of structure, redSHOP has very similar variables, states and pages to VM, so making a redSHOP version of JomGenius's current VM template shouldn't be hard at all. I'd like to try my hand at it, but I'd like to do it with your guidance and supervision. I'll be going through the documentation that's currently available for JomGenius in the "About" and "Parameters" articles in the meantime, to get up to speed and learn more about how it works. Alternatively, if you'd prefer to create the template, I'd be more than happy to share the redSHOP component with you if it would help (the full version is subscription-based but the free version can be downloaded from here: http://redcomponent.com/free-downloads).
Of course, once a redSHOP template is in place, it'll be easy to start porting other components to use JomGenius too, but one step at a time...
Let me know what you think and we'll proceed from that point together.
Thanks again for these awesome essential additions to Joomla, without which my site building life would be much harder. And I look forward to hearing your feedback on this.