And for an upgrade board a year after release, it would have been awesome. Where the RAM doubling went wrong for the initial release was when 1. The community pushed for a pre-sale specification that 2. Had no working/operational example and 3. Was not necessary for launch units and 4. Has no current sane need/use. Claiming that 4GB gives "future proofing" fails if there is no known present state. Pyra could initially ship at 2GB and save 4GB for an upgrade board some day if it can then be reliable. I know of no examples of working devices that reliably use 4GB or 8GB of RAM on an OMAP. Does anyone? If they solve it, fantastic. But, personally, I don't see only 2GB as a show stopper. 4GB only exists as an order option because of irrational hype & fear driven by a few and followed by too many.