A non-MMSP2+ chipset wouldn't limit the appeal to the GP2X community, it would only add the possibility for a more feature-rich device with greater programmer appeal and put a significant dent in power consumption. However the MMSP2+ would be fine so long as the engineers are very careful to alleviate the bottlenecks encountered in the GP2X's MMSP2 implementation. My main reason for thinking a more robust PDA-like chipset is the ideal choice is because it would be beneficial not only from a gaming standpoint but for general purpose use. The device is clearly meant to have a much broader appeal than the GP32 or GP2X and the GP__ community is just a facet of that; so the chipset that provides the best overall application performance for a variety of tasks is preferable. Hang out on IRC maybe and discuss it with the guys on that channel. Definitely not a one-man job. Part selection, PCB design, case design, ergonomics, mechanics, software, marketing, lostistics to name just a handful of the sort of talents you'd need onboard to produce a successful handheld. However I would be interested to hear more about this IRC channel and whom in it would be responsible for design or engineering of this new handheld. I'm primarily interested as a software developer and would like to interject some ideas on design and see if I can't help shape the platform into the most appropriate and versatile it can be, so I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to able to speak to them one-on-one.