Yes, I looked at the CERB40, but again my concern is that I will get one and find that you have moved to the CERB40-III, leaving me with (once again) an unsupported platform as MS moves forward with NETMF releases.
As for misuse, I am a professional qualified Electronics Engineer and have some understanding of how to work with SBC products and the associated peripheral chips. I have built several robotic projects, including multi-processor systems implementing specialized algorithms with products ranging from the original HandyBot, through Arduinos, to the .net MF boards available from companies such as yours. I have also never experienced problems with hardware until working with this board (I seem to recall that when the first one went, it was a known problem with the board in early production runs; mine managed to hang on longer because of a hiatus in my project and I exceeded the warranty time).
Anyway, I’m not trying to dis what your company does, nor its products. I just think my projects are moving at a slower pace than your development and I don’t want to be left behind with obsolete hardware again. Any other pointers as to how to get my (possibly defunct) Panda II working with Windows 7 would be most appreciated.