I was looking for some reasonable images of the insides of an HDR Fox T2 and couldn't find any, so I've added a few to http://wiki.hummy.tv/wiki/Hardware_Information
Interesting that it appears to have more memory than is given to the running Linux system.
With the disk caddy in place it is much easier to disconnect the fan from the RE board.
I'll post a thread about this when I have time, but since the PSU of the RE version is 12V only, some of the power regulation happens on the main board, which has five capacitors not present in the original model. The capacitors they used (Samyoung brand) are not the most reliable.