This morning, after being sufficiently caffeinated with a full pot of coffee, I was able to isolate a Bedrock bug that has been bugging me. Bedrock was failing to throw an exception on what I would consider a syntax error (missing right end tag >).
Bedrock however, happily parsed the expressions and went along it's merry way...argghhh! Is it a bug in Bedrock? Probably, but IMHO it's really a problem with Bedrock's loosely defined grammar.
According to the representive they'll have several models including an i3 4GB model. Lower end models (2GB, lower resolution) will start at $249. Since it comes in at almost 5lbs I don't think it will replace my current C720 as my go to road device, but the increased screen size will make this a nice addition to the den.
The experiments with crouton and running Ubuntu on my 2GB model were very successful, so I suspect there will soon be an emerging Linux laptop pattern fueled by these Chromebooks. I'd go with the 4GB model for those contemplating running unity.