I've always been impressed with their lead coder Thomas.
I am impressed that they actually made something.
But you have to admit that an FPGA Amiga is not new, MiniMig has been out for a long time now and they have had full access to the source code during this time period.
The MiniMig core now has AGA now, thanks to Jakub, so once again it is catch-up for the NatAmi team.
I don't think their demo was running AGA was it? It certainly wasn't running their 3D core they have been banging on about for years.