Some pictures from Graupner's booth.
The MC32 is not a TX I would buy, but a lot of older pilots here like tray style TXes.
Some technical information:
The range is supposed to be 4000m (13,000ft, 4,300yd).
The boot time is <<1s, more like 0.1-0.25s
Up to 200 systems can be operated simultaneusly.
Everything can be updated via USB.
The RXes have integrated features similar to Jeti: The output channel can be assigned with failsafe values, "extensive servo functions" like mixers and stuff, and up to 4 channels can be ganged for simultaneous signal output. This enables level swash plate movement in helicopters, for example. All other cannels are put out sequentially, thus avoiding current spikes, as I wrote here
It also works down to <2.5V.
This means, that the HoTT system is very likely to work with a normal battery setup, not requiring special stuff like some other systems here.