This week finally sees the arrival of the first Raspberry Pi PCs in what has been touted as a return to a focus on programming in ICT not seen since the demise of the Acorn BBC. The BBC themselves are saying that schoolchildren in Leeds should be receiving their sub-£25 PCs this Friday with some impromptu tutoring by founder Eben Upton. My question here though is - does this little device (combined with Scratch, Python and other up-and-coming web tools) really mark the beginning of a new creative dawn in ICT teaching? With it's price point so low (starting at £16, since they are a charitable foundation) yet an impressive spec (it's fast, has full web-access and full HD video!) does it also have the potential to drastically reduce pressures on ICT budgets? Does anyone here intend to buy/try them out in school?