Hello all. It has certainly been a while. I've a CF-19mk4 with 8GB ram and an SSD. It hasn't been used that much, mostly replaced it with a lenovo X240 as a couch surfer. Furthermore, while using vehicular diagnostics I can use my smart phone for most of it. When I need to program my LMR tetras or similar, I'll use my desktop or a lenovo W540 with the radio software on a virtual machine. I did refresh the install on the mk4 to install it into our voluntary fire departments new engine. But then it hit me, I would like to own a toughbook again and possible use it in the fire engine as well when needed. But the choice isn't easy. I really do need a minimum of 8GB ram and a serial port. Learning that one could have a barcode reader on a H2 - that'd be great too! CF-19 + most rugged + it's familiar + mk7 can have multi-touch, but is expensive - Only XGA resolution, and this really is a turnoff - not native panasonic win10 support - I'll have to change the keyboard to nordic - Resistive touch FZ-G1 + Resolution + lighter + rugged + Capacitive touch! - serial port is quite rare - haven't seen any with a barcode reader - Only 4GB of ram in my price range CF-H2 + these are quite cheap + memory is upgradeable + 3rd gen i5 available + Barcode reader is available as option - Resistive touch - Only XGA - a bit plastic, not so easy to work on CF-C2 + These are affordable + larger (12"), better screen + Capacitive touch! + 4th gen i5 available - semirugged? - barcode reader and serial are mutually exclusive? - The keyboard would need swapping - is there even a nordic version available? I have access to used RAM and LTE-cards. I will put in a new SSD anyway. The C2 might be the way to go, but I'll have to choose between a serial port and barcode reader - the latter isn't an option on the CF-19, might be in the FZ-G1? What would you do? buy them all? I'm very unfamiliar with all but the CF-19 - and then only with mk4 and mk5. Is the C2 any good? I'm not thinking about beating it around.