I'm looking for any information on how to create "fallible forms" that can be used in any pdf reader. I have created forms in Design by Adobe but this uses XFA File format which is not supported by Bluebeam Revu. It seems to me that this is something the good folks at Bluebeam should be working on.
One thing to keep in mind is that even if you could create a fillable form, there needs to be a mechanism for submitting and capturing the data from a PDF reader, since the default behavior is that forms can not be saved. Acrobat 8 Pro and above allow for enabling a form to be filled out and saved by Acrobat Reader 8 and above; in addition to allowing form data to be submitted by e-mail or posting to an online form processor.
I don't know if BlueBeam PDF Revu plans to support forms in this fashion, but it would be a nice feature set. For the time being, if you happen to have a copy of Acrobat 8 Pro and above, you could create a form from a PDF exported from InDesign. There is even a Form Wizard to detect and recognize where form fields should be populated.