Location on the tray icon
When I pass my mouse arrow over the tray icon, the information is Vyprn Connected 10.xx.xx.xx . The internal IP is not very usefull, it would be better to give the location (I know we can obtain it by clicking on the icon).
If you right-click the VyprVPN icon in the system tray, you will now see your public IP (VyprVPN IP if you are connected).
My 2 cents... everything a user needs to audit/debug...
What where who why when how...
i.e. What we are connected as (IP and protocol or last), where we are connected to (country/location or last), who we are connected as (username or last), why we connected/disconnected (manual or auto or reconnect or disconnect error), when we connected/disconnected (local and server time) and, how long we have been connected/disconnected.
I'd then make each option user selectable in preferences i.e. what is displayed by mouseover, in the gui and in the local log.
Maybee a country flag ?
Yes that's it.
Good suggestions -- we also know that the OpenVPN IP address showing 10.x.x.x is just wrong too.
We are interested in hearing what information WOULD be most interesting to you? Currently we show you your external IP (except for the defect with OpenVPN which is being fixed in the upcoming release), and this suggestion is asking for the location (e.g. "Germany"). Is there anything else you would want to see on that mouse over?