Hey Tuned: here's a bribe:
It's an ISO image of a bootable CD with a couple EPIA bios BIN's on it (including the new one for the V8000) and the Award flash util. The ISO didn't work exactly the way I wanted it to, but it works to flash, so that's what counts. If you look at the CD in windows, it has all of the bios versions for all of the EPIA motherboards listed on Via's download page. That's why the image is 13 megs. Also I renamed the .BIN's to make more sense. There's a readme on the CD that explains it, but simply put the name of the BIN is the model of the motherboard followed by the bios revision number. That should make it easy. Like M10k_116.BIN is for the M10000 and is version 1.16.
Now you ask: what's the bribe for? That's so you will plead with Via to make a bios version for the M10000 that does 800x480. If they did it for the V8000, I don't know why they wouldn't for the M10k, but who knows?
Thanks in advance,