Ok, I stand corrected. But even more I agree full heartedly. I’m hoping for a hardware as “tailored” as Vero4k’s hardware, where the dev core knows the reasons of hardware choices that are being considered, knows the limitations and potential of the hardware, which also meant a better support standpoint.
I would say, keep most of all that is Vero4k now, on GPU side a little upgrade won’t hurt, like a few “never codecs” in hardware support, Opensource drivers?, I think a USB3 bus, Gbit-NIC, 4-8gb RAM, 32/64 GB internal storage, BT and WIFI AC(or never). Where CPU goes I tend to lan to ARM64, but to be honest there is still more software available for x86 cpus. I’m just glad i don’t have to sit in the spot to consider the future versions of Vero.But with support, being as good as it is, i hope the version has a bit more CPU power then needed.
What ever is going to presented will have growing pains… But I trust the choices being done for the betterment of this community. In my mind the Vero’s job is to prove the best out of OSMC, be a product that can generate some income to pay for hosting cost for OSMC, pay for development cost for OSMC.