If I see this right, and someone please correct me if I am wrong, UDT forces you to monitor your switch ports in NPM thereby greatly raising your element count meaning you may have to jump license levels (and remember some modules like netflow force you to have the same licensing level as NPM) and you need more server resources which also means more Poller licenses.
So if you are like me and you do not monitor access ports your element count will go through the roof as you must do this for UDT to be effective.
Again please someone correct me if I am wrong here..
So this would seem to mean the ROI for the module falls through the floor and the initial investment for the license seems absolutely silly.
If this is all correct then my personal feelings are it should cost very little or be a part of Orion to start with.