> Just because they don't understand the benefits that it brings doesn't mean they should switch back to a 32 bit processor from 2003.
The benefits you are blithering about have actually little to do with the "bit-ness" of the CPU. A lot of that advantage comes from the original crapulence of the x86 CPUs when compared to their competitors 30 years ago. Those aren't exactly qualities you can expect to be relevant in an entirely different architecture from a different manufacturer.
Chances are that an ARM from 2003 doesn't suffer from those problems.