I really would love to see iConsole support in Zwift. I used to Zwift on a Tacx Smart Trainer, but my wife also wants to train indoor, but she prefers an excersise bike over the racebike on a trainer, and we don’t have room for two. So we bought an Cardiostrong BX70i that is featuring an iConsole computer with Bluetooth connection (and it does much less noise than the wheel-trainer).
With the MyHomeFit App for Android I receive RPM, Heartrate, Speed, Distance and Watt from the bike and can upload the training units to Garmin. The app is also controlling the brake, so it should work with Zwift, if Zwift would support the iConsole protocol over Bluetooth.
I think if Kinomap can do it, Zwift can do it as well. On GitHub I found an sample implementation of the iConsole protocol: please see https://github.com/haraldh/iconsole
So in my humble opinion it should not be a big deal to support this protocol. I would also volunteer for betatesting if you cannot get hands on such a device.
These iConsole computer are beeing built in China and sold as OEM with a lot of brands. Not only for excercise bikes but also for Cross-Trainers. From googling for 5min I found Cardiostrong, Maxxus, Hammer, AsViva, Sportstech, FlowFitness, Luxqueen and so on. So I think this could really be a relevant market for Zwift!