Richard Lamb, my ex-neighbor in Snoqualmie, WA pointed out this awesome Kickstarter.com project last night. For those of you not familiar with KickStarter, it's a site that helps people with product ideas get funding. People pledge support at various levels to the project. If the project raises the money the project goes ahead and you get one or more of the products for your support. In this case Kevin Harrington and his team need $25,000 for getting started manufacturing this device. At this date the project has raised $7,300, has 118 backers and has 58 days to raise the full $25,000.
This is a great design for real estate photographers. It appears to do everything you ever wanted with a remote trigger so I've pledged support to this project:
I have several remote triggers and they all cost more than this one and don't even come close to what this one does. If you have questions about the design or whatever there is a way to contact Kevin (the project leader) on their KickStarter page.
Update August 31, 2012: I still don't have my trigger Happy remote because they have had many manufacturing delays for the Canon version. In the mean time I got the TriggerTrap App and cable for my iPhone that works similarly. Turns out that because all these devices use the "Bulb" mode on DSLRs they cannot do accurate shutter speeds below 1 second so these devices are pretty worthless for shooting brackets for HDR/EF. Big disappointment!