Re. comments of availability of Revision 2:
Don't slag off RS too keenly. I ordered two Raspberry Pis from RS, now received, and both are Revision 2. I already had 2 x Revision 1 boards, 1 each from RS & Farnell both received back in June. The new boards, like the old ones, were however made in China. But the packaging was no longer a cardboard box, but a plastic box which, if slightly differently designed, could make a useful case.
One of my Revision 1s is now fully installed as a Media Centre (RaspBMC) with over 120Gbyte of my music & video onboard.
The other Revision 1 board is fully working as a webserver, delivering 700-1,100 hits per day, serving web pages, audio and video media files since it went online on 29th November 2012, so far totalling nearly 2Gbyte of data served.
My third RPi (a Revision 2 board) is being developed as a Domain Controller to replace my Windows Server 2003 R2 (but I'll then only be able to develop on LAMP, not on ASP.NET2 etc!)
My remaining board will be used for experimentation and development.
2x256Mb + 2x512Mb RPi, Eth'netLAN+Win2k3R2 svr, 40MbpsFTTC.
RaspBMC: 128G SD, K400 wl Kb+TPd, HD32tv&Rem.
RW'y webserver: 64G SD, Y-RK49 wl Kb+M, HannsG W24" screen
RW'y PDC & fileserver: as above + 2TB disc.
+RiscOSPi on 32G uSD.