I'm finding CW and SSB activity on 60m is pretty limited, but "channel 3" is hopping with JT65 signals throughout the evening. So, what the heck - might as well jump in!
Running WSJT-X on my Linux laptop, I ran into a challenge in getting the rig to transmit: The laptop doesn't have a serial port, and it recognizes my USB<>serial dongle as ACM0. Unfortunately, WSJT-X only supports Sn and USBn devices, and while I'm sure there's a symlink work around, it was simply easier for me to deal with it in hardware by adding a simple VOX circuit. So, I kludged one together and made my first JT65 QSO!
This is going to lead to a redesign of the RX/TX audio board, not only to incorporate VOX, but to provide separate RX & TX audio I/O (with isolation transformers) for the PC interface. I'd planned on redesigning the board anyway, there are a few things on the current board that I'm not entirely happy with, so it's not a big deal. I'll put up the diagram and some pics once I have it operational.
73! Steve N8NM