I think there could be an interesting paradox here:
Safe to say everyone here has a soft spot for the Amiga & wishes it could have continued into the present...
...if only C= had remained viable.
But, if you look @ what C= was developing when they went under it's obvious they were intending to move a loooong way from the Amiga as we understand it...
...so if C= had continued the Amiga would probably have gone AND been forgotten as it was superseded. No EAB, no Amiga scene.
Strangely we appreciate and remember the Amiga because it died.
Last edited by Charlie; 23 June 2009 at 21:27.