How would you change Intel's fanless NUC?

We're loving the form factor and cooling design of the DE3815TYKHE, we're also puzzled by its SoC. What would you have done differently?

✓ Intel Atom E3815 (5W TDP)
✓ 1 x DDR3L SO-DIMM slot (8GB maximum)
✓ Intel HD Graphics (up to 400 MHz)
✓ 1 x HDMI 1.4a
✓ 1 x Embedded DisplayPort
✓ 1 x VGA
✓ 1 x USB 3.0
✓ 2 x USB 2.0
✓ 4GB eMMC storage device built in
✓ Internal support for 2.5-inch HDD / SSD
✓ 10 / 100 / 1000Mbps Ethernet port
✓ 190mm x 116mm x 40mm

What our readers think:

"Dual NICS (as long as they are Intel and not Realtek).  If Intel came out with a Fanless dual NIC Nuc, which was competitively priced. It could become the go-to platform for a lot of router distros (ipfire, Pfsense etc.).  It would need a faster CPU though. I'd personally prefer a higher clocked dual-core instead of a quad-core as well." Vanburen.

"Passive cooling, 4-core Bay or Cherry trail, 2,5" HDD position, at least 2 USB3s from which at least 1 at the front panel, Gb ethernet, AC wifi, small form factor..."

"If it had Broadwell/Skylake architecture CPU (5-7 W TDP), it would be almost good enough to consider purchase of it."

"Dual ethernet a plus but not really required (usb ethernet works)"

"It says "Perfect for thin-client computing". If that's it's intended purpose, then I think it seem adequately spec'd."