Illustrated Spare Parts Catalog is, as its name suggests, a software for creating and publishing spare parts catalogs.
It uses mORMot for client-server communication and ORM, and SynPdf for the reporting.

Sounds like a powerful solution.
It is also a testimony that you could use big databases (20 GB of blobs) with a SQlite3 engine, and access them via REST using mORMot, without the hassle of setting up a regular RDBMS.

If you (or Google Translate or via this direct link on know a little of Russian, it is worth reading this previous blog article, about how the software author interacted with our Open Source project.
In fact, Chaa did provide a lot of feedback, patches and new features (like direct authentication via Active Directory).
Open Source could be great!

Thanks Chaa for the feedback, and interest!