1. Why does the 0.4 manual number the 40 pin IDC connectors pins in the way it does? The standard IDC data cable/breakout box/board numbering is to have pins 1 & 40 at opposite ends i.e. increment across the cable - not up one side and down the other. One could argue that numbering order does not matter but my guess is most folks installing a V0.4 board would use some type of idc breakout pcb to bring out the connections to case exterior and those breakout boards will be using the standard numbering - so it is easy to get mixed up when wiring - I fell into this trap myself initially until I noticed the photo in the manual showing the round robin numbering used.
2. The 0.3 manual lacks a pinout table for the connectors. I know there are short codes printed on pcb but it would be nice to have a simple reference table listing all the connectors in one place with their code and a description.