I've realized over the last 6 weeks that purchasing a 2260 form factor M.2 SSD is essentially impossible. The M.2 SSD industry as a whole has apparently standardized on the 2280 form factor. That leaves the choice to provide the space for a 2260 on the UDOO x86 board to be a bit problematic. I've attempted twice now to purchase an appropriate SSD for the board over the last 6 weeks. My first order was simply canceled by the Amazon seller without me getting a vote (they couldn't get the item). My second order for a similar item from a different seller on Amazon was supposedly in stock, supposedly shipped, and never arrived. Eventually after grumbling about it they claimed it was back ordered and the order was also canceled. All the big sites that you'd expect to be able to locate a 2260 SSD on are out of stock. (NewEgg, Amazon, UDOO Shop, etc.) The reason as mentioned before was that no one even makes a 2260 anymore since everyone has gone with the 2280 size. This means you can't get them, and if you can find them at all, they are WAY more expensive than their 2280 counterparts. This leaves me asking the community at large the following questions: Has anyone found a reliable source for 2260 SSDs? Does anyone know of brands of 2260 SSDs that I haven't found? (I've found the Transcend one and the Micron one, but you can't even find the Micron one for sale anywhere.) Has anyone come up with a stable way to attach a 2280 SSD in the spot for the 2260 SSD on the UDOO x86 board? Is UDOO going to make another board someday (yes, I realize this one has just come out) that has a standard size SSD spot? Any help anyone can offer on this would be greatly appreciated. After all, who wouldn't want to get 6x better performance out of their storage (over SD Cards)? Thanks in advance.