On the one hand, I am glad that people will get a fixed product in the future. I guess this product will be board revision 4. That said, there could be third parties that still have stocks of the version 3 (or even 2 I guess) that they are still selling. Not everyone frequents forums, so they may not be aware of the board with the fixes is on the way.
Though I don't seem to have the audio issues, It would be nice to have the RGB video cleaned up. The problem is that I don't have the skills, and who knows if Mobius has the boards anymore. Either way, it voids the warranty on a product that was supposed to have been fixed back in July 2018 (according to Terra Onion's tweets).
While I realize that I am owed nothing, I don't see this as the same as when Krikzz introduces a newer Everdrive with new features. This is what it is... a fix for a feature that is already there.
One question that I do have is how much does a Framemeister or OSSD contribute to the issues? A common response is to blame one of these products, yet based on what people post, the RGB noise can still be seen on a PVM, though to a much lesser extent. If either upscaler was to blame for the audio, I would expect even more complaining. My guess is that cheap unshielded RGB cables seem to contribute more to that issue. I'd like to know a little more about this factor, and if it is a misconception that upscalers contribute to the RGB noise and any audio issues one might experience. Is it fair for a reseller to charge a restocking fee when it is the Super SD System 3 that has the issue?
So I guess we shall see how well these two fixes will work once they are out in the wild. If it resolves the RGB issue even with upscalers, then I can decide to either live with what I have or try to sell the revision 3 unit and pick up the new revision.