It's fairly stable. Defining your own overloaded methods on unit-parameterized types is slightly easier, as type inference has been improved. For the product release, there will be a bunch of functions to "cast" into units (e.g. one with type float -> float<'u>)
which are intended for interop with non-unit-aware code. (e.g. you might have a numeric library that you want to wrap with a units API.)
Ah - sorry about the unreadable code. I had been assuming that the screen would be captured in high-res. A lot of the examples that I used are also discussed on my
blog. The Lunar Lander code was written by
Phil Trelford but I'll put it back together and post it here shortly.
Yes, this is strictly a compile-time feature, so units errors get caught at development time, and there is no runtime performance hit.
It's for any types you like. Built-in types float, float32, decimal, and int can be parameterized on units, but you can build your own, e.g. vectors, complex numbers, matrices, or whatever. My blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/andrewkennedy)
has more info.