|In reply to Comment 61 (Adam Kowalczyk):|
I have to admit, I side with the x86 supporters. It would be interesting to see where Amiga/Hyperion stand in terms of a business model, but if the long range plan is to have 'Amiga Anywhere' this only makes sense.
Piracy and driver support are always a concern but piracy is inevitable and a cottage driver industry has been a saving gracing for the system for years.
As for the architectural disparities, before someone jumps in with the endian argument we've heard it many times before -- it can be done and will have to be done if the 'Anywhere' mandate is to be realized. Ditto goes for compatibility - if you're still running ancient software you need to catch up a decade.