Originally Posted by desiv
If they (whomever "they" is) can get an Amiga 680x0 replacement out around £150 to £200, there would be a larger (not PC or Mac, but larger :^) market.
They can't. The 68060 will remain many, many times faster than any (acceptably priced) FPGA implementation for years to come.
They can do the ground work on a full 680x0 core for an FPGA in the future (8-10+ years) but nothing commercially right now.