No, they didn't. They did say that the vdrive2 defaults to 9600 baud for reverse compatibility. I believe we are going to have to either change the boot loader or send it a message during setup to change that rate. there is something in the host control documentation about setting the baud rate with dos commands.
here is the firmware documentation which discous's dos comands, this should be valid for all Viniculum device sense they all use the same firmware.
page 29 covers changing the baud rate.http://www.vinculum.com/documents/fwspecs/Vinculum%20Firmware%20User%20Manual%20V2.4%20Rev%203.pdf
I also just found a guide to changing/reprogramming the firmware, in here it talks about picking a baud rate for programing and says a 1m is the most optimum baud rate. I'm sure they were talking about changing the code on the vdip at 1m not writing to a usb device but it does say that flash memory can not go faster then 1m. so that might be our speed limit. anyways thats around page 5http://www.vinculum.com/documents/appnotes/ANVNC1L-01-VinculumBootloader.pdf
I think everything we need to know to figure this out is in those two documents, its just a matter of sifting through them now.
So it may need to actually be done in the boot loader itself.
Sorry for the late response, I've been side tracked by finals.