Reconfigurable and re-usable flight software has potential application to any developer of spacecraft with missions that are contained in the defined software module envelope. Additional modules will likely expand the potential scope and applicability. The range of "potential post applications" can include government agency sponsored science missions, formation flying or constellation missions (i.e., missions with multiple identical, or nearly identical spacecraft), and ultimately service missions (e.g., weather, communications, etc.). The motivation to reduce cost will attract significant interest and buy-in once it is demonstrated on a real, flying spacecraft -- most probably on a NASA-based mission such as the "small spacecraft build" project. Since this approach involves a paradigm shift among spacecraft developers, applying the same architecture and software on two similarly classed (but not identical) missions would provide the best proof. The Department of Defense is a large potential market that would likely adopt and even expand on this concept once it has been implemented.