On the one hand, these are almost certainly an investment. A IIfx with 128MB will command a much higher price than one with merely 32MB, and surely the price-difference will be greater than the $240 required for the new RAM.
Sets of 4 are a good idea. 64MB RAM in a IIfx is almost obscene, but the extra 48MB will make a useful RAM disk. It also allows more apps to run on Mac OS 8.1.
I do want to buy some though.
So basically I'll be making 25 sets of 4. Seems better to sell them in sets of 4 rather than 8 since some people probably won't want 128MB heh. This is probably the only run I'll do since it's so time intensive...especially since it's gonna be 100 modules.
If people want to assemble it themselves, I can provide the kit...it might save something like $5? I dunno at this point heh.