Just as a little end of day project, I got xmpl_radio_range.c running on LittleGee and the RFA1-Arduino. The two user LEDs on RFA1-Arduino (PG1, PG2) are really helpful.
I made littleGee to a wearable tag. The initial view did show that the ED value dropped by about 10dB if the board is weared close to the body, completely covering with a hand drops ED by more or less 20dB.
Since both boards are running now, an acceleration application can be done next ;-)