Question for one of the Minix Team hardware experts: Why exactly was a box containing such a capable CPU released without an O/S variant (and possibly enough RAM) to utilize it in 64-Bit mode? Reason for question: I can't seem to find anyone who really seems to be able to explain why the specs on the box seem to push the idea of it having the 64-Bit chip, when it doesn't seem that the U-1 can or will ever be able to use it. I've verified on the ARM site that the Quad-Core Cortex A53 Processor is 64-Bit ARMv8 rated and can run both 64-Bit and 32-Bit apps. I've also checked on the Android site that Lollypop can be built to run as a 64-Bit and that there already are the standard user apps available for 64-Bit. However; it appears that the U-1 Android O/S implementation is only 32-Bit. As such it can't run such things as the new Kodi Krypton (v17) 64-Bit variant. As more units that can run the 64-Bit variant become available, the 32-Bit one could easily disappear. That would mean buying another box sooner than hoped. Please Note: This is just a retired software engineer trying to satisfy his professional curiosity. This is not a criticism of the team or a very nice product. I'm definitely not suggesting that the box doesn't function as advertised. It works quite well, as far as I've pushed it. Having worked in designing and testing embedded software, I know and accept that there can be many reasons for not fully utilizing the processor capability. Sometimes chips or chip-sets are chosen for their auxiliary features or price-point considerations. Sometimes they are not fully utilized to avoid the logistics of maintaining too many firmware variations across a product line.