I made posts about when new Raspberry Pi 4 coming out or when will there be 2GB Ram and 1 Gigabit Ethernet port few months ago.
To be very honest, so far I have not own a Raspberry Pi 3 (I don't know what is it like holding the Pi in my hand or feel it) because I don't want to end up buying another next generations of Raspberry Pi and not knowing what to do with old Raspberry Pi. Its like what to do with a physical old desktop... Allocate for different purpose/use what I can think of e.g. 1x Win98 (I know it sounds silly but its for old games that can handle sounds and graphics yet Oracle Virtual machine doesn't have that capacity to get from A-Z). The point I'm trying to make is having very good specs on one single board computer to buy without buying another Raspberry Pi e.g. I asked a friend who owned the first Raspberry Pi and I said to him "Are you going to buy another Raspberry Pi in future?" and he said "No". That's is his choice.
Here comes down to single boards rivals. So far I have seen some unknown companies (not going to mention brand names) have made 2GB RAM (more than 2GB RAM), 1 Gigabit Ethernet Port, power button and reset button and USB 3.0 port/s that I have seen. What is Raspberry Pi Foundation going to do (Eben Upton still wont listen to the users request) if they want users to support their brand? The Single boards technology are moving fasts. If Raspberry Pi Foundation doesn't make Raspberry Pi 4 with 2 GB RAM and Ethernet port that I want to buy (forget it about the same form factor) then they miss out a train (train is gone).
Whats on your take on other single boards computer (other brand names) of what they did by implementing this wonderful features/specs (USB 3.0 ports, power/reset buttons and many more)? Has Raspberry Pi Foundation missed out huge opportunity? Does Eben Upton don't want to listen user's request anymore?