While I don't as of yet own a Raspberry Pi, I was wondering if there are any plans to provide pin headers for connecting external status LED's (for when the Raspberry Pi is installed in an enclosure), or even a jumper for possibly connecting an external power switch (2 pin jumper pad inline on the +5VDC line perhaps?), that way users who wished to connect an external power switch could do so easily, while users who do not need that capability would only need to leave the jumper installed across the 2 pins of the jumper pad. I know that these features would mean a very minuscule increase in production cost (the pin headers are VERY cheap when purchased in bulk), aside from having to make a few small changes in the board design to accomodate the pin headers/jumper pads of course. I'm sure those individuals who plan on using the Raspberry Pi to make things like media center devices would appreciate having the ability to easily connect status indicator LED's and/or a Power Switch to the front panel of the enclosure they end up mounting the Raspberry PI in. Granted a competent modder could just cut the circuit traces on the +5VDC line and solder a pigtail with a switch in place but having a jumper pad would make it infinitely easier for even non modders to add a power switch to the unit if they desire. And of course the same applies for the status indicators, a competent modder could desolder the existing LED's and solder in a couple of pigtails connected to standard or mini LED's that they could then mount to the front panel of their enclosure (or simply solder the leads from their pigtail to the existing LED solder pads while leaving the existing LED's in place), once again non modders could easily benefit from having this capability as well. This would also make it much easier to make a 'cleaner looking' project instead of having it look like something that was hacked together in 5 minutes.