Is there some interest/intention to add support for the Z83 mini PCs that are sold under various names? IMHO this is a great device for running LibreELEC. It comes with 2 GB of RAM and has 32 GB of disk space, gigabit ethernet, USB 3, HDMI output and even a SD card reader. I got mine for about 70 Euros, which is in the same price range one has to pay for a Raspberry Pi3 (since you also need case, sd card, power supply and HDMI cable), but offers much better performance (I'm regularly using music visualizations such as goom that are not available for the raspberry).
The only issue with that device is that it has a 32 bit UEFI, so the generic installation does not work. I played around with it today and came up with these small changes, which allow installation of the generic image on such a device. Adding the 32 bit syslinux files will not harm anybody else; only annoyance is that the EFI partition of the installer needs to be set to EFI boot instead of legacy boot. When booting later on from the internal disk, this change is not needed.
Would it be feasible to create a special project/device for this mini PC? I have found several people on the net trying to install LibreELEC onto the Z83, and there are some images flying around that solve the boot problem (by using grub it seems), so offering an additional official image for those users might be a good idea. Especially as it is so easy.