Hi, I would like to clarify some ideas about USB 2.2 and Freeduino.
There is no official USB 2.2 schematic and PCB released by the original Arduino Team. I took USB 2.1 and added the diecimila features, and together with the ATMEGA168 with the DIECIMILA bootloader, is what I call Arduino USB 2.2, which was published as a pre-release version of Freeduino USB through hole kit. That is why my USB 2.2 kit has the “older” FT232BL chip, but the idea of keeping it was because it has a footprint that is easier to solder for novice Arduino users, and more suitable for a kit. I finally decided to solder them myself and sell the kit with the USB chip pre-soldered. I better call it Arduino Diecimila clone, but the name Arduino is being trademarked by the original designers of Arduino, so that is why I had to give a name of “Freeduino” and add “Arduino diecimila compatible”. Freeduino because is the only name that is clearly defined as public and associated with Arduino, and “Arduino diecimila compatible” to reflect that the kit is diecimila compatible.
Freeduino took the Arduino diecimila schematic and redesigned it to be compatible, with the same FT232RL chip, including several PCB designs, that are available to the public.
There is no Arduino KIT (with the same board size and design), except my USB 2.2. If you want a kit, that is the only option. If you want derivative boards, you have several options (moderndevices, boarduino, etc).
If you want a pre-assembled board, then you have the original Arduino (as of today).