That depends on what the charger chip can do, which we're still checking. There is one huge difference to Pandoras power circuit though: On the Pandora, when a battery is inserted, the power ALWAYS goes through the battery (that's why the Pandora doesn't boot if the battery if flat even with an AC adaptor connected). On the Pyra, the charger circuit powers the unit and uses the rest to charge the battery. If the new charging chip can handle two USB ports at the same time, it could charge the battery faster. Not really. We already own 3000 Pyra batteries and only have about 300 - 400 Pandora batteries left. And that plastic part would need an extra mold which costs more than it's worth it. I think it's better if we just create the design and everyone who wants to use it can print it himself. BTW: We already checked: Pandoras battery can power up the Pyra when it's aligned properly, so that plastic frame would work. I thought the limit for 32bit systems (even x86) WAS 4GB? Windows only could use 2GB, with some boot parameter it could use 3GB, but Linux always could use the full 4GB on a 32bit system, AFAIR.