I'm glad others are looking at it as well.
So far I've been pretty impressed with its capabilities. It took awhile to plow through the docs and examples to get down to understanding the scheduler and inter process messaging because QP it is intended to be bundled with the Quantum Modeling UML tools. All I wanted was the bare bones non-preemptive scheduler with IPC so I could build myself a single thread asynchronous finite state machine, which is my personal choice as a controller architecture.
I built my own asynchronous device framework on top of QF and got 3 analog inputs, an I2C accelerometer and 6 digital IO's all running asynchronously in a 2.5 ms time slice. It crashed at 2ms. Everything was running in 14K and SRAM used was about 0.8K. All tasks are Run To Completion, and the max time for the 8 bit timer2 is 15ms. Anything that would block for any length of time would have to go on it's own interrupt, or one could look into the QF preemptive mode.
Anyhow, for my smart toy projects this will give me more power that I expect to need, especially with the easy inter-process communication mechanism, and it's pretty trivial to add additional devices once you get the hang of the framework.
I hope others will find my research useful.
I talk about my ADF classes here, and I've posted all of my code so others can build on it if they wish.http://wizmoz.blogspot.com/2012/12/the-start-of-asynchronous-device.html