For consideration: Integration of user-defined plume models. Or, Windytv built-in plume models. For example, I wonder how the UI at http://weather.hawaii.edu/vmap/hysplit/, modeling Hawaii volcano smog, might be presented on top of Windytv, using Windytv wind data. Then, it occurred to me this might be a nice source of income for Windytv, fee-paid for "business" use of an API. There are probably 10's or 100's of thousands of national, state, and local hazmat and disaster-planning departments around the world who have prepared (or want to prepare) plume-model applications, to track release of airborne toxins. No doubt they would be pleased to move their models to Windytv, and willing to pay for it.