My name's Dean Camera, and I'm an AVR enthusiast who's been working on a complete USB stack for the USB enabled 8-bit AVRs (featured in the January Elektor article "My First AVR-USB
In order to reduce the number of bugs in the library - although I do not believe there to be many - I'm putting on a fun little competition, with every bug report submitter getting a chance to win a free AVR programmer. At the end of August, I'll randomly choose three bug submitters to win a USBTINY-MKII, a clone of the Atmel AVRISP-MKII programmer, which incidentally runs LUFA itself.
If you're interested, I'd love you all to download the latest beta/release source code, and get hunting. I've put up the full details of the competition (including download links, and more information on the prize) on my blog here:
Don't hesitate to ask me questions here, or by email/twitter/etc. Happy hunting!
PS: Seeing as this is an open source project, and the prizes are free, I don't think this would be considered spam -- but if anyone objects to a fun competition feel free to move it to the trading subforum.