I'm going to have to agree with @Grench. Preloading the system with some sort of 'Pyra repository client'/'app store' and web browser is a must but that should be it, have the 'repository client' a big icon on the desktop so a new user can't miss it. The reason I believe this is because I wanted to buy a Pyra as a present for my younger brother, who loves to play on emulators but he is by no means a technical user. So assuming every Pyra owner is a Linux Power user is not a great idea. But I do believe that preloading the Pyra with a bunch of software is also undesirable. The best solution is to meet in the middle, make it stupid simple to install Pyra packages by including a Pyra 'app store'. (No terminal, No 'apt-get' & all things in the app store is filled with made/configured for the Pyra software, that is ready to go, no configing) we need something more like the Ubuntu mate welcome window.