There could (and should) be a version of the Pi without ethernet.
It should not have a composite port (who is using that?)
I also don't need the hdmi - although that at least is better than composite, DVI or VGA.
Use the micro USB power port to support MHL (usb -> hdmi) which would allow the user who wants it to supply their own adapter.
In short - my prefered configuration would have:
- Micro USB in (supporting MHL) doubling as power in.
- 2 USB out ports (or even just one).
- Built in WiFi (optional).
- Audio out (optional).
- Existing pin-outs left intact.