The Accident Investigation Board[AIB] trying to determine what caused the fatal crash of F-22 Rocky Three and the death of Captain Jeff Haney is still on-going. On Jan 24, 2011 the AIB was adjourned until more wreckage of the fighter is recovered. No other news has been released by PACAF, but hopefully during Alaska's construction season the search for answers will continue and an answer found.
Meanwhile, the USAF is looking at putting in an open architecture avionics system into the F-22. It seems the current avionics system is so tightly integrated that its cost-prohibitive to upgrade, so now they are looking at adding a second one. Has anyone learned anything from the whole TFX/F-111 mess?
Note: An AIB is convened to determine the cause of an accident, from a simple engine overheat to a total airframe loss. It is outside the scope of an AIB to lay blame for an accident.