Zephyr is done, and I absolutely love it! I really enjoyed learning a new construction method (Contiguous) and can't wait to start (or more accurately, rip and restart) another contiguous sweater!
There is a definite learning curve that comes with doing anything new, of course raglans are easy for me now, but the first one certainly wasn't. And I hadn't a clue what adjustments to make to the fit on that first one. I already tried a few alterations on Zephyr, just based on recommendations from other contiguous knitters...back neck increases and I also tried a couple body and sleeve increases to curve the armscye a bit where it meets the body.
Hopefully I will have a bit of free time soon to really concentrate and get the pattern rolling on this. I had hoped to get going on it today, but I am not sure if I have the mental fortitude. Plus, Caliper is in the final stages of testing, so there are a lot of little edits that need to be done and hopefully I can get that off to my editor soon. I also have three other hat and winter accessory patterns and samples that I would like to get done so I can release them as an eBook in plenty of time for everyone's holiday knitting...but if the clamor for Zephyr continues, I may just have to put the eBook on the back burner for now.