How steep a learning curve is there for using LonMaker to integrate third party devices into a Honeywell network? I have successfully designed and commissioned a few systems using LonSpec and LonStation. A customer has some old fan/coil units (30,000 cfm) that are currently pneumatically controlled. I quoted the upgrade to Honeywell DDC. There are some other units that might get replaced and they want McQuay (same parent company) but I am not sure how to integrate them into a LonStation network. The McQuay units would come with Lon cards. I have read Honeywell's instructions for integrating third party devices and did some tinkering today, trying to integrate a Trane ZN517 into my Honeywell demonstrator network. Managed to find an XIF in my Rover and got it registered, but LonStation didn't see the device in discovery. Of course, not having LonMaker, I skipped the step of creating a second network for the ZN517. Anyway, I wonder if LonMaker is friendly enough for a simple tech like me to learn it?