I noticed in another thread you said something about importing StrokeIt configurations would not be possible without Jeff opening the source. I have a suggestion about that, although this is far from the most important task ahead of you :)
Two cool things about StrokeIt's configuration are that everything is plaintext and everything is referenced by names. So when I got serious about customizing my gesture usage I was able to write a simple program that reads the .cfg files into tables that I
could query; so for example if I wanted to know "in what apps have I used gestures named Down-something" I could say "strokes -g Down" and get:
/ Down Default
/ Down - / Up Default
\ Down Default
... etc. So my point is: it's easy to read that information in, but to apply it to your configuration would require that you be able to map StrokeIt's action and gesture names to your equivalents, and that might require some up-front design.
P.S. I wrote my program in Perl but I could rewrite it in C# or whatever if that should prove useful...