I'd take two, maybe more.
[Edit: just to be clear, the extras would be for family, not just to have several!]
When you have a survey site up please say so here on advogato.
Until then, what I want is:
- GNU/Linux, obviously.
- Portable. I have an eee 701, which is inferior in nearly every way to the later eee models, except its form factor. The size is more important to me than the later models' faster CPU (I've already upgraded the RAM it came with)
- Good battery life. It sounds like this wouldn't be a problem with an ARM-based system. It is a problem with my eee 701
That's it for must-have requirements. I wish the screen on my 701 was larger, there's plenty of room for a bigger screen, but I assume the small screen was used on the first model to save costs and I can live with it. The 701 keyboard and touchpad are shite, but I can live with them because it's very portable and runs Fedora without problems.
I don't care about onboard wifi, I rarely use it on my 701, I use a USB broadband dongle and ethernet far more often