Hey Rick, I ran ent on the data, and others have run Diehard. My device has built in software that monitors the filtered output, and reports the value of the 'randomness' in bits per byte, or Nats. You can tune the output, and I consider it useful if it's more than 7. I suppose I could do cryptography with it, but I made this one for one of my nerdiest friends who regularly plays D&D. The box (picture) has a dial that can be set to roll any of the dice, or to test the output (scope trace). The block display shows every one thousandth (or so) 16 bit number in binary while in testing mode. It's kind of mesmerizing.Curious what testing methodology was used to determine randomness? Is the output being used to seed crypto?