After 75 minutes, hopefully things went well for the phone interview. It was, fortunately, the type of screen I hoped for. I had a couple of question failures, but I don't think any of them were deal breakers. One thing I've learned to do is make sure that I use opportunities to inject other knowledge that a phony wouldn't know to compensate. And even on a newer technology that I haven't had a lot of experience with, he agreed that I understood it conceptually.
So what's the take away? I think it's fairly good, but again, I have zero idea about what I'm up against. He asked for the hard sell at the end, which I don't think you'd do if you weren't interested. Next step is to hear something from HR.
Crossing my fingers.