Originally Posted by clebin
Speed, mainly. Lots of classic users run 3.1 over 3.9 for that reason alone so it's hugely important. Others use 3.9 but don't want feature-full replacements like Scalos or Magellan. I think a fast, like-for-like Workbench replacement is still very desirable on classic hardware. I imagine this was one use-case for writing Workbook (you'll know more than me of course), but unfortunately development ended a bit too soon.
Sorry I wasn't specific enought. What I ment is that what hardware is target for this. Basically you need 1 MB RAM for AROS ROM. To be able to do anything usable you then need additiona 1MB RAM. This leaves out standard A500 configs and makes it maybe usable for stock A1200. Or are you saying that most of the users already have some sort of memory expansion?