So I was able to acquire a board from RS-Components. They have about 100 left if anyone wants one. Pricey though. Also a bit of a paperwork hassle. They require forms promising not to become a nuclear terrorist with the components they send you.
The board itself is pretty nice. It's supposed to boot directly to Debian 7, but the NAND become corrupted over the years in storage. I re-flashed it to Debian 8 and it works now. Some pretty cool PowerVR demos are available that remind me just what a powerhouse that chipset was. (Dreamcast still looks frickin' fantastic to this day!)
Wifi is included on the board and the auto-DNS works. So that simplifies setting up the board for development. Just SSH into ci20.local with user/pass ci20/ci20. When in doubt, it's probably ci20.
Joining it to my network so easily means I can run my dev tools on a beefier machine while compiling and testing on the board. This is important because the board itself only has 1GB of RAM. While a lot by SBC standards, it's not much when you want to run a full IDE. Plus, if I crash it, I can just reset the board without losing anything.
This should be awesome for doing dynamic recompilation experiments.