He's hoping the Amiga homebrew scene takes off. Once I got the Amiga I lost all interest in my C64 and sold it way back in the 1980's. I can't see myself ever getting into the C64 scene again but the Amiga scene still excites me and much can be done. Virtual Amiga's, FPGA Amiga's and NG Amiga's keep getting more interesting.
Some people really love the C64 and I can respect that. It was my first computer as well. But for me personally the Amiga was so beyond the C64 that it set the sun on my interest in that platform. I even thought in 1992 I needed a C64 again and bought an SX-64 cheap. But after two days I realized my C64 interest was over forever.