I've had a lot of fun the past couple of days hacking with CamelBones. It's a very mature and stable framework for creating full blown Mac apps.
I've now managed to hook my application in to the core Mac CD/DVD writing libraries. Even though the framework isn't supported by default, CamelBones allows you to type: "use Foo;" and by using @ISA hooks it will scan for the framework and load it dynamically and implement support for it.
So in a few lines of code I was hooking directly into the core Mac library for DVD writing. Superb.
I'm actually surprised there aren't more CamelBones applications. It's a sweet framework for writing mac apps, and pretty much everything seems to just work.
(and yes, I'll be releasing my DVD writer soon).