Originally Posted by Matze
Of course is a FPGA-design nicer, but who writes the driver? This VGA-chip has a working driver. A mixture of PicassoII+ and the PiccoloSD64, which gives you the speed of the Piccolo and the compatibility of the Picasso !
Then FPGA with same registers as in CL/VGA - in fact most of FPGA's video cores is VGA like... perhaps slightly modified driver is sufficient - some WinUAE compatible interface (i believe Toni emulate real HW) is a guide how to create FPGA interface (speed and additional functionality can be better than on real Picasso).
btw i don't like a1k as they prevent to display attachments (at least pictures) without login...