ARM is a family of cores. Within each ARM core version there are several
implementations with their own the buses/devices that surround the core.
Each chip family is a major port.
As mentioned, the core ports that exists - for example the SheevaPlug,
Linksys NSLU2, and the old Gumstix (PXA255), make great small stand-alone
applications server, routers.
Besides the PDA, smartphones, there is an ARMv7 handhold called the Pandora
(http://www.open-pandora.org/) running Linux. IMO, it would take some serious
money to support it under FreeBSD.
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