It now shows 22 blank modules in stock, when stock = 1, then they are out of stock. Not sure about phase out of this product.
The programmable (blank) module plugs into the pedal (dock). The mono and stereo dock show stock = 1 (out of stock).
If you are good at reading schematics (free to download here) you can wire in a USB connector (3 wires: USB+, USB- and GND) to any Line 6 tonecore pedal (in the midboard circuit) and have a developer kit at lower cost. Just drill a small hole in the side of the pedal and pass the USB cable with connector out.
If interested, I have pictures of the process - let me know and I can send what I have off-list.
You still need to buy the $35 programmable modules from Line 6, but only need to modify one base pedal (dock) to add the USB to program them.
I would love to see some pics and more info about making your own dock. I already bought a dock, but it may help others to get into this. My email is email@example.com if you want to post them here or send them directly to my email, either way, it would be awesome! Thanks!