Could we have an option in Ubiquity to use systemd-boot instead of GRUB? With UEFI in all modern PCs it’s now possible to load kernels directly by adding manual entries in firmware’s menu, but systemd-boot provides simple menu with kernel versions and autoentries for Windows/etc. Moreover, Boot Loader Spec and systemd-boot depend only on simple text files + kernels on ESP. It would be nice, if Ubuntu could provide systemd-boot out of the box. There’re some example hooks like this one, but you need to install them manually. I think just using config files will be enough, but in the future it will be cool to build and sign .efi files on kernel install and go full Secure Boot mode. Thanks.