At the Draper Family History Center when patrons come in to clear names for the temple, we first help them run the names through PAF Insight to check for completed ordinance work. PAF Insight interfaces with PAF to compare the names in PAF to names in the Ordinance Index on the online IGI. If the work is completed those ordinance dates can be moved into the PAF record. The Ordinance Index on the online IGI is more up to date than the Temple Ready Disks used for clearing names for the Temple. After checking all names in Insight we then run the names through Temple Ready and create a diskette for the Temple. To use Insight the FHC must have an Internet conection. If you own a copy of PAF Insight that step can be done at home prior to bring your names to the Family History Center to clear the names in Temple Ready. In the Draper Family History Center the Temple Ready Disks are all loaded on a Network Server so no swapping of CD's is required to run Temple Ready.
When NewFamilySearch is completed it will replace Temple Ready. There is no firm date when that will be, but I'm sure it will be over a year before it is open to everyone. It is my understanding that Utah will be last to get it because they want to run it on a smaller scale for a while to make sure everything is working before bring online the largest groups of users. Pre-Beta2 testing is in progress now and Full-Beta2 testing will start soon. Who knows there may be a Beta3 test needed, there are a lot of changes from Beta1 to Beta2 that have not had much testing. Beta2 will include testing of the new Help Forums as well. You can go to www.familysearchlabs.org
to see a part of the project that is posted for people to play with.