I do like the look of this board, the Terasic TR5-Lite even if it is not quite as sexy as a Triumph TR5 from my birth year. Any feedback on the actual use of one of these would be most welcome.
Stratix V, half height, half length with a firewire (1394) shaped 422 connector for timing input. Direct connectivity to the dual SPF+s. 36MB QDRII+, 2GB DRAM and PCIe 3.0 capable from the x8 edge connector makes it look good for HFT.
It uses a Altera Stratix® V GX FPGA (5SGXEA7N2F45C2) so you get 622k logic elements. Dunno what it is, but the board just looks nice and elegant. It only seems to have 4 user controllable LEDs and five status LEDs, so Mike Dini wouldn't approve.
Whilst an Arria V or Kintex-7 solution would be better value for 10G, Terasic seems to have put together almost the perfect minimal FPGA HFT package here. I'm still thinking a Zynq-7100 based board with its useful ARM is a better idea overall though.
 Mike Dini's descriptions of the LEDs on his boards is always worthwhile reading, e.g. "Enough debug LEDs to illuminate a small Koi pond" or "As with all of our ASIC emulation boards, the DNV7F4A is loaded with LEDs. The LEDs are stuffed in several different colors (red, green, blue, orange et al.).There are enough LEDs here to blind a hamster. So please, get sunglasses for those laboratory hamsters. These LEDs are user controllable from the FPGAs so can be used as visual feedback in addition to the party enhancing."