The older version got a run at Knutepunkt in April. I thought that I didn't have audio of that game, but I just realized that caught some of it on my magic LiveScribe pen, so I may be able to make use of that for Virtual Play, my brother Mel's actual play podcast. The pen uses some sort of proprietary audio software which will make it hard to transfer (I'm thinking of just playing it into my handheld voice recorder; who knows what the sound quality will be like), but on the plus side I can upload the whole thing to the LiveScribe site. More on that as I learn more.
I haven't heard from Dave Petroski lately, but I'll update when he gets in touch. Dave has a lot of real-world responsibilities in his academic day job, and I've thrown a lot of design issues on his plate to solve for me. But he's enthusiastic about having both the book and a new version of the deck ready for GenCon, so I'm optimistic.