Bodhi 4.0.0 Alpha 2 64-bit runs very smoothly when installed (or live) on our bargain deal HP 455 laptop (AMD A10-7300 Radeon R6 APU, 10 compute cores, upgraded to SSD) with no obvious problems. Speedy? Oh yes ...
Bodhi 4.0.0 Alpha 2 64-bit (Live USB or CD) also runs well on our ancient (unmodified) Acer Aspire Revo (Intel Atom 330 - Nvidia Ion), but the installer hung up and quibbled soon after reporting on the filesystem.
I'm about to re-run that attempt now that our install media have been fully verified - same CD was used to install it successfully on this HP 455.
On the Revo, Bodhi 4.0.0 Alpha 2 32-bit works well live from DVD or USB, but the installer hangs on the page with the option to download updates and/or install the proprietary stuff from Fraunhoefer etc.
Tried all available options, with/without network etc, but not gone past that point, yet. Interesting.
Will report in the appropriate place (or yell for help) when we know more. Might take a few days.
Historical note: this is the original (bargain price, of course) puny Revo on which we first loaded Bodhi 1.0 alongside Xubuntu...
Thanks so much, Jeff - and thanks to all who contribute to Bodhi.