Is SCSI performance on accelerators (except Cyberstorm MKIII/PPC) any good?
I doubt you can buy the SCSI chips that were used in the old days anymore.
They don't make internal 2.5" SCSI hard drives which is what you want for an A1200/A600 desktop. I always wondered what desktop owners did with their SCSI controllers? Do we really want to be messing about & filling our cases with unnecessary SCSI->IDE->CF adapters again?
Would it not be more practical to include an improved (over Gayle's PIO 0) 2.5" IDE controller which could be part of the FPGA (if they have enough pins)?
It is probably too late in the day to add features??