I've been looking around at all the various ARM based devices you can get, and I've noticed 3 which look pretty intresting;
* Efika MX Smartbook ( http://www.genesi-usa.com/products/smartbook
) . There is also a desktop version
* Rasberry PI ( http://www.raspberrypi.org/
* D2Plug (Did not know of its existance until very recently!).
Only reason why I'm writing here is that I'm just wondering what chipset the d2plug uses for video, and if the drivers for the chipset are open or propietary or not? Unfortunatly the efika mx devices use propietary video drivers and I believe the rasberry pi will also too which makes getting any usable X based linux desktop without using the "blessed" linux distro proivided is very hard or almost impossible (you would have to use the *very* slow fbdev/vesa driver). Is the d2plug in the same boat at all?