By sheer coincidence I needed to get the lightest possible laptop (13" or so) for my wife, who's doing a lot of traveling and really needs to keep the load light. After looking at all the usual suspects, I found the LG Gram, which I have known about for years, fit the bill perfectly. I knew it was insanely light (2.1 lbs 13.3"), has better than avg connectivity (USB C - TB optional - USBA, HDMI, micro SD) and phenomenal battery life (72WH batt, 8-10 hrs realistic). All in all, it turned out to be perfect for the need. Been around long enough that it's proven durable and also has been improved over the years. Nice work LG! (Btw, you have no idea how much lighter 2.1 lbs feels than even 2.4 [SP w/TC], much less high 2's. This thing feels like a toy, yet it's all metal.) But none of the above is why I started this thread! Through the research process I learned that you can open the bottom of this computer and get access to everything, including: 1) A second, open SSD slot, NVME compatible, 1st slot socketed, upgradeable 2) An empty RAM slot (came with 8GB) to enable up to 24GB 3) User-replaceable 72 wH battery 4) Soldered wifi - big deal Game over Apple, Microsoft, every other mfg that says they can't make a modern, fast, well cooled, long running computing device that isn't sealed for life! Really, either I'm missing something obvious here, or this one rather sleeper of a "specialty" laptop is the exception that disproves the rule. Now, how do we turn this into a movement? Never gonna get there on "user convenience/flexibility. But environmentally this is a game changer, no?