To be very honest the raspad3 is very well made i only really have four big issues with it.
1. Make the the propritory software availible in a repo for easy updating and to make it possible to install other versions of linux on the raspad3 while still being able to use things like the acel module. It is possible to do but its alot of hassle to do it currently.
2. Make the fan mount slightly bigger so that a better fan can be mounted, as one supplied is very load and doesnt cool very well.
3. Allow user to enable the touch display even when a second display is connected, i use the raspad for alot of program testing and to be able to test the touch while monitoring output on second dispay would be great, i understand why it was disabled but now that the touch can be assigned to just one of the display with a few easy commands, it does not need to be force disabled.
First of all, we need to check the name of the display with the following command: xrandr For me, it was DSI-1. Then we need to do the same for our touch input: xinput For me, it was 10. Then to put it all together, we map the input to the desired display: xinput map-to-output <input_device_id> <display_device_id> So in my case, this meant xinput map-to-output 10 DSI-1. This command has to be executed each time the device boots.
4. When the Pi is shutdown the display does not turn off and fan keeps running, this should not be the case.