Last week saw the SOA4All project have a highly successful month 30 review in Brussels. The reviewers complemented the high standard of the presentations and deliverables. In addition, positive feedback was given on the quality of all the software deliverables and software prototypes. The improved scientific impact in the form of papers and publications was also acknowledged. For the review KMi was in charge of organising a half-day training session for the reviewers and external participants, demonstrating the usability and effectiveness of SOA4All tools, including SWEET and iServe, and also for presenting the main technical achievements of the project. This hands-on session played a key role for the success of the review and was very well accepted, saying it to be well-prepared and useful. In particular, the contribution of one of our PhD students Maria Maleshkova to the training session was singled out for praise by the reviewers for being "impressive". SOA4All will finishing in February 2011 with hopefully an even more successful last review.