One is that Dave Airlie has pulled Boris's VEC (STDV) code for 4.10. We didn't quite make it for getting the DT changes in time to have full support in 4.10, but the DT changes will be a lot easier to backport than the driver code.
The other is that I finally got the DSI panel working, after 9 months of frustrating development. It turns out that my DSI transactions to the Toshiba chip aren't working, but if I use I2C to the undocumented Atmel microcontroller to relay to the Toshiba in one of the 4 possible orderings of the register sequence, the panel comes up. The Toshiba docs say I need to do I2C writes at the beginning of the poweron sequence, but the closed firmware uses DSI transactions for the whole sequence, making me suspicious that the Atmel has already done some of the Toshiba register setup.
I've now submitted the DSI driver, panel, and clock patches after some massive cleanup. It even comes with proper runtime power management for both the panel and the VC4 DSI module.
The next steps in modesetting land will be to write an input driver for the panel, do any reworks we need from review, and get those chunks merged in time for 4.11. While I'm working on this, Boris is now looking at my HDMI audio code so that hopefully we can get that working as well. Eben is going to poke Dom about fixing the VC4driver interop with media decode. I feel like we're now making rapid progress toward feature parity on the modesetting side of the VC4 driver.