Originally Posted by Schoenfeld
Vampire is not a real 68k CPU, and the hobbyist-way that the "team" approaches this task does not indicate that it will ever come close to a real 68k CPU. As much as I'd hope that FPGAs will some day be able to replace the ever-shrinking supply of 68k CPUs, Vampire takes the wrong approach (try&error simply doesn't work on this kind of task).
Ethernet on USB: Make sure it's an ASIX chip in your Ethernet adapter.
It's real, but just much better on every fields. You mean it's not from Motorola/Freescale- You're right. But who cares?