While browsing around Digital Aquatics website one member found more information about the confirmed Reef Keeper lite model. “The RKL can interface with up to 4 modules in almost any configuration you’d like. (Limited to PC4s, SL1s and MLCs). The RKL can report the min, max and average over the last 1 hour for all inputs and outputs. The RKL has a 5 button interface; a big improvement over traditional 3 button interfaces that are currently used for entry level controllers. You can set up to 16 timers with day of week capability. The RKL offers a first for an entry level controller with audible and visual feedback. There are 2 wavemaker cycles in the ReefKeeper Lite, cycles A and b. When a channel is designated as a pump you can select a wavemaker cycle A or B. The two alternate opposite each other to simulate wave motion. Under the wavemaker setup you choose how long you want each cycle time to be by dialing an A/B cycle time. During night mode the cycle can be turned off to give a calming affect.” Those features sound great and all,Â but will they finally release software for mac? What is the price point for this new controller? In time our questions will be answered.