Right here are my thoughts on the PDK after around 8-9 hours hands on.
Just from the documentation you can tell Ugobe really thought of this as a big part of Pleo, the software in him/her really does seem to be built for easy hacking and customisation. If you haven't ever experienced the madness that is programming it might be wise to wait for other parties to produce more hands on customisation tools like myskit but if like me you just like to dive in, there is plenty of info provided to learn from. Basic examples and even a couple of walk throughs are provided as part of the kit but i have noticed that the Pleo api filed under docs is slightly out of synch; some columns containing names do not match up to their explanation. Also under examples and drive_example the P files for hunger and social are quite hard to understand, in windows notepad the code appears in one large block making it hard to distinguish one line of code from another whether this is intentional (some crazy coding reason), a fowl up somwhere along the line or simply my notepad i haven't a clue but thought it was worth noting. Those petty complaints however do very little to detract from the feeling that the PDK really opens alot of doors, even if it gives nothing new to code geniuses it gives alot to the amateur. Oh and the fact that if you think of dinomite, pleopatra and myskit as part of the same toolset it's even greater.