These might help some company's avoid some initial frustrations when evaluating the voice application designer, therefore help increase the number of company's who decide to take on the platform. 1. In the designer, in any location where the user creating the voice application has to put single quotes around a string, it might be a good idea to validate their string at design time. If they put a value in and you can tell it contains non-numeric characters, then throw a warning immediately. It seems the ecmascript error is a common thing until you get used to it. 2. A "test connection" button would be great, like Visual Studio has. I can tell you guys have already gone to a good amount of detail to make the environment familiar to Visual Studio developers. 3. When deploying a project, check the web.config file of the IVR for the <httpRuntime> tag so you can throw an immediate warning if you know the size of the project is greater than the value of "maxRequestLength" The more errors that can be determined at design time, even if they're just warnings, the better. You've done a great job thus far in general.