"packaged with Haiku"
I saw on another thread (about networking) the phrase 'everything on bebits will probably be packaged with Haiku' in reference to drivers. As I understand, this means that a user will have about a hundred drivers installed that they don't need. I have to say this disagrees with me. I can see the advantages, obviously, the it-just-works angle and all, but what about disc space, memory use, et cetera? Is there something in the Haiku kernel that makes this less of issue re: memory or is it just a 'Moore's low will fix it'?