One thing that's high on my wish list for the 6309sbc is high level language support. After writing the SD card stuff in 6309 assembly language, for example, it was clear to me that C support would make using the 6309sbc a lot more fun (and easy).
I did take a look at the bipom MicroC toolchain. It's a windows IDE coupled with the Dave Dunfield MicroC compiler. I've used Dave Dunfield's stuff before - the monitor package has very nice ROM monitors and cross assemblers for about a dozen different CPUs. The monitor on for my own sbc6309 board is a hacked version of his 6809 monitor. Micro C is a limited dialect of C. It didn't take too long to adapt the runtime files for the sbc6309 hardware. I was up and running in less than an hour. I'll put the runtime files up on GitHub soon, in case anyone wants to give it a try.
But...it's not "real" C. There are a lot of limitations that have to be observed. Even then, stuff that should have worked, didn't. I can't really recommend springing $150 for this tool for the 6809 unless you're really, really curious. Don't get me wrong - I don't feel ripped off - I am just spoiled when it comes to embedded toolchains. I use Keil uVision for the 8051 for my day job, and that tool is rock solid. It is also about 20x the cost of the bipom offering. I get it.
I see that there's a 6809 target for gcc, but really have no idea how to make it work with something like the sbc6309. Anyone want to take this on? If so, contact me and we'll see what we can work out (e.g. trade hardware for a working gcc6809 for the 6309sbc)