Frankly, I'd be far more interested in a small, cheap machine that was compatible with classic Amiga's (at least compatible enough to run WHDLoad games natively). I already have a computer that runs Firefox and does all that other stuff people mentioned :P
To that end, my dream system:
- 68060 @ 75MHz
- AGA chipset, condensed into a single chip (or preferably an FPGA so upgrades or bugfixes would be possible).
- Standard 31kHz VGA or DVI output.
- Standard memory slots (any easily available memory type is fine by me, even 72-pin).
- Standard Amiga ports (joysticks, serial, parallel, floppy drive).
- PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports.
- On-board IDE controller for CD/DVD, Hard Drive or Compact Flash.
- SD card slot with logic for attaching ADF images as disk drives (Basically equivalent to what the 1541 Ultimate does for the C64... built-in floppy drive would be unneccessary).
- USB & Ethernet ports.
- At least one PCI slot for expansion.
I'd gladly settle for a Natami, though.