Another feature-heavy update with many things sponsored by @Bantichai is currently in development - release probably by the end of June.
Most noteworthy updates are:
Update to the battle camera The automatic battle camera can optionally be used in addition to the event camera changes and now also supports using the camera control target changes from built-in (and custom cameras derived from the BaseCameraControl class).
Update to status previews Beside being able to switch between previewed stats and the real stats (e.g. having a HUD blink between preview and real stats), you can also display status value changes that represent a range instead of using a single value. This can be displayed in texts (e.g. Damage 35~50) as well as on value bars (adding new bar image/color settings for positive and negative change ranges). You can also display a text for stats that aren't being changed, and other things.
Grid Highlights New grid highlights (e.g. for the currently selecting combatant or available targets) and hiding selected highlights when hovering the cursor over a GUI box.
Grid Event Nodes There'll be a bunch of new event nodes for grid battles :)
Custom Choice Skins You can optionally use custom skins for choices/buttons (i.e. GUISkin or prefab based on what GUI system you're using). Available pretty much wherever you define a choice/button or content layout, e.g. the different layouts for research item states in the research menu.
Shortcut Lists You can access different shortcut lists everywhere, e.g. HUDs and control maps are no longer limited to using the currently active shortcut list of a combatant.
Combatant HUD Tooltips Certain combatant HUD elements can display tooltips when hovering over them, e.g. status values or attack/defence attributes.
Event System: Combatant Selections The new Combatant Selection Dialogue node allows selecting a combatant from a list of combatants (e.g. the active player group or all inactive members of a group) and stores it into selected data. Furthermore, all active group nodes now allow optionally using a different group (e.g. a defined group ID or the group of a defined combatant). In combination this allows you to create custom group management systems, and generally more flexibility when working with groups :)
Sub Battle Actions The Use Battle Action node can optionally fire a selected action as a sub-action of the battle action the event is used by. This means you can immediately fire an action within an action and wait for that action to finish before resuming the original action (or use it while the original continues).