I had slight problems with the drivers on this board. Here are some info about Olimexino drivers that at least helped me:
However, when considering the "bang for the buck" Olimexino is still an attractive choice when compared to Arduino I think.
I have some stuff laying around in the drawer that I would like to try out on this robot if I choose to continue on it. For instance I would like to evaluate a speed control alghoritm based on torque vectoring, among other things. This is a project that wouldn't be finnished, but contiually developed.
Adhesive putty was great for fixating many of the parts on the prototype such as the battery and the sensor array. It was also great for collecting and fixating all the small cables. If you yet haven't discovered it, try it out.
When debugging and diagnosing it became clear that some sort of interface at a higher level is needed. At the moment I'm learning how to make graphic interfaces in Qt, so maybe I make something for a line follower.