Having been part of both at the same time, I have to say I enjoyed the Amiga Era better because I could challenge Mac Users on real world, understandable, productivity levels.
The "What can you do with it?" Question was easier to provide evidence for.
Today, the homebrew market is much more rewarding on the Commodore end. The lower bar of technology and greater need to interface to modern standards seems to drive more innovation. The Amiga's evolutionary misstep to PPC seems to have damned it permanent mediocrity with the more "advanced" Amiga lines, and the myriad of legal nonsense for what is basically abondoneware, serve as the greatest roadblock to the classic Amiga from moving forward.
Last edited by Ratteler; 10 June 2016 at 19:31.