Or "Corporate NUC" project. You might need to expand the article series down the line to include a comparison of the SFF ranges as well. Seems like there are equal interest in both lines. The Corporate NUCs appeal to people who need a small node (which has limited expandability but size/power efficiency on its side), while the SFFs might appeal to people who needs one or more PCIe slots and more than 2 RAM slots.Dell OptiPlex 7070 arrived with a mouse and keyboard as well. I have a trip coming up, but I am pretty sure this one will work with 2x 32GB. I may snag those after I get back.
Also, I may rename the project to Project TinyMiniMicro
Perhaps adding "Tiny" for Lenovo makes it more vendor inclusive.