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I'd think the Debug adapter allows for one to connect the main board (crazyflie) to a secondary board for debugging purposes. I'm not 100% sure though.
I'm looking at this and AutoQuad M4. The M4 looks interesting because it allows the ability to scale from a nano quadcopter to full sized quad with 16 brushless motors. It is also open source. The downside is it doesn't come in kit form and I think overall is slightly more expensive. Not sure by how much because I haven't been able to add up all costs of parts that would create a flyable nano quad. The other benefit of the AutoQuad is it has GPS capabilities for autonomous flight.