what is all this nonsense that ics would need to be all chopped up to run on the infuse and that aosp ics needs 1gb ram.
the nexus s had official ics on release day of the galaxy nexus. nexus phones stay up to date on os. the nexus one was finally retired after several good years but the nexus s is still up to date directly from google, not xda developers.
ics simply doesn't need 1gb or even 512 mb to run. that's an excuse samsung used for the sgs about touchwiz over top of ics so they don't have to update it. not aosp.
the only thing we know will be an issue is bluetooth audio. period! gps, wifi, mhl and our radio may also be issues but we don't know till someone compiles it and tries it. the nexus s has the same audio, cpu, gpu, and other componants, these are the major performance releated componants that will benefit from ics, all those drivers will be up to date and as long as the interfaces haven't changed for the things that we have gb drivers for then we should be able to have ics working nearly like cm7 with little trouble as long as a dev who knows aosp on samsung devices puts in the time. there is no reason to believe that the infuse can't do what the nexus s is already doing with official from google updates on a performance level. maybe the radios will be a problem, if a new ril is needed were kinda screwed but other thsn that it should run as well as cm7. its just that noone with an infuse has aosp porting experience. that's what we need.