As of last night, we are still operating and I was able to get good, strong signal. I had a little scare the other day but I found out my rotor/antenna array decided to randomly take off in the wrong direction instead of following computer control. About a minute later, just as I was about to try to run them manually (which requires a third arm during a pass) the rotor motors snapped back into reality and tracked appropriately. The quality part of a pass can be as short as a few minutes, so you really don't want to be waiting 2 minutes for your rotor/antennas to spin around. Luckily they came into tracking right as the pass was coming to culmination. I collected beacon data and several echoes.
Tomorrow (2014-11-19) marks one year from launch and over 5000 orbits of the little cube. Batteries still seem strong and orbit is high, so we'll see how long we can keep going!