That's interesting but it seems kind of silly to do that...I mean all the ramps board does is breakout the signals to the pins and its got a few mosfets and caps on it. If you're going to make a new 32bit board, why not just do an all-in-one like the azteeg x5 or smoothieboard? Adding those extra pins and mosfets will barely add anything to the cost then they can sell for more profit since users won't have to buy the ramps board seperately. Price seems decent though, but then again that's before the ramps board and stepper drivers. In the end it'll bring the total price up to probably around $100!