This looks like an interesting option for controlling some DIY ZigBee projects via Serial port. I wonder if we could easily control Plugwise Circles with this from Homeseer, instead of using the 'Source'?
http://www.controlanything.com/Merchant ... gBeeModems
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-Mounts as a Virtual COM Port
-Plug In, Open the COM Port and Start Sending Commands
-Programmable Baud Rate
-Compatible with All ZigBee Devices
-LED Status Lights Indicate Communication
-Includes USB Cable