First off, Thank you System76 for even existing, The value you add by bringing driver support, advice, and development have surpassed all competition, and your dedication to Ubuntu has made you my choice for all future computing needs. That said, I have some questions and recommendations regarding your products and services, the first question I have is why don't you have a $500 range computer? The starling is too little computer, and the pangolin is somewhat too much. I need something that is able to do database construction(SQL, Sun Database), audio production(hydrogen,Audacity, LMMS ), and low to moderate statistics and simulation work(virtualbox, PSPP, R). At this point I've made my decision, I'm going with the lemur, and I am satisfied with my decision, however, I wish that I could get 3gb of ram instead of 4, money is limited for me right now and I feel that I don't need 4, but I could sure use 3! I worry that if I choose to downgrade to 32 bit (why bother with 64 bit if I only have 2 gigs of ram) that I will lose all of the device drivers that you have so painstakingly constructed around your laptop. (especally webcam, sleep mode, and other wimax port ) It would be nice to have some assurance that I would be able to integrate these drivers into a reduction, and or a system update, or clean install, again, I'm not in a rush to update to 10.10 and I am completly satisfied with 9.10, so this isn't a massive issue, but it would be nice to get some feedback on this issue. of course, this will not be my only laptop from you, When I get a better job I'm going to max out a serval, I really dont mind throwing down 3k for the top o' the line when it comes to something that is probably the most important thing in my life, and I feel that the lemur is the perfect interrim choice, because it can become my travel computer when I can afford another.