Originally Posted by matthey
The Amiga computers aren't getting any younger or cheaper either. At some point we will need whole new replacement boards. It's kool to show off a '90s computer with a fast accelerator but it would be good to get rid of the bottlenecks at some point. Also, modern I/O like USB, ethernet, DVI and/or SATA would be convenient.
Yep that's true but you'll end up with a completely new computer which IMHO loses the retro feel. You might as well stick a PC motherboard into a A1200 case and boot up straight into WinUAE.
The old AGA chipset can do some pretty cool things if you give it enough MIPS and memory