I can do the server side software fairly easily, but if trapster shows an interest in this functionality and I simply pass standard data over RFCOMM to the software and handle various radar detectors in hardware only (IE: abstract everything through the hardware so software only deals with a single unified interface) it would be easy for them to 'do their own thing' so to speak.
I'm not immediately aware of other detectors on the market that have similar remote displays (or a data output of any type, for that matter) because I don't own one, but if they exist I'd like to be able to reprogram the AVR via bluetooth and select which type of detector to "read" from the software interface. The goal is to create one piece of hardware you connect whatever detector you want to.
I should be getting the bluetooth radio and various prototype parts this week so I'll start building soon. If things go well and people show interest I'll work it into a production ready form and order some PCBs and make some housings in solidworks.
Thanks for the tip on trapster.