This looks like pretty impressive board! I'm interested in leveraging one of these as a home automation platform that will also supplement my existing unRAID server for services needed 24/7 with minimum power consumption. I have a design question regarding the ability to use a NRF24L01 2.4 GHz radio on this device and also whether or not the Arduino onboard has access to the Ethernet adapter on the unit. I've played around with NRF24L01 units on an Arduino UNO and learned that when an Ethernet shield is added to the Arduino that suddenly the NRF24L01 unit is dead in the water because it competes for the same pins that the Ethernet shield requires, 10, 11, 12, and 13.... See pins required for NRF24L01 and comment from Blynk about the Ethernet Shield demanding those pins: http://starter-kit.nettigo.eu/2014/...mming-nrf24l01-with-arduino-and-other-boards/ https://github.com/blynkkk/blynk-li...thernet/Arduino_Ethernet/Arduino_Ethernet.ino So basically my question is, what pins does the Udoo x86 use to empower it's Ethernet capabilities to the Arduino? Does it tap into pins 10, 11, 12, and/or 13? If not then the NRF24L01 should work just fine, if yes... game over.