I work for an ITSP/ISP/Telco here in New England and have been using Elastix for over 1 year. With successful in-house testing of Elastix since, I've pushed for our company to purchase an ELX-3000 to run our Elastix services. This is why: - I love Open Source - Included Support - Showcase the unit to potential customers and vendors here in the states - To pump funds into elastix.org because they deserve it - Benchmark and review the ELX platform Previously, I was running Elastix on a Dell 1650 server without problems. But there's a few things I would like to see the ELX platform include for enterprise-grade hardware that my Dell 1650 had: - Redundant PSUs - RAID1 HDD array minimal - Integrated FLASH memory for backups and recovery images - Better CPU cooler (this ELX Celeron runs at 80c IDLE with a solid-state heatsink) - More fans! - Better internal wire management - Add'l ethernet interface for node clustering (supported?) Other than that, the ELX looks great especially with the LED display (which btw does not display active SIP sessions) and has huge potential.