Now i am one of the old school members on here I grew up with a sinclar spectrum to which i wrote my first progamming code when i was 8 years old, then moved on to the 'rad' atari st and moved on to the amiga. The amiga is where most of my childhood/teen memories lie. It could do anything and the games were awesome. I think what eventually killed off the amiga was when pc's advanced with pentiums and suddenly this new internet thing came out. After that the amiga became obsolete and eventually fell into the past. I would love it if it made a big return with new programming an up to date workbench and basically do everything a pc can do if not better. I know this would probably never happen, but the other week i took a trip over to my mums house and dug my old 1200 out the loft, blew off the dust and turned it on. My god it was like a time machine, everything i had done on it had been stored and left in stasis for the last 15 years, all my pictures i made in deluxe paint, and all my music i made in pro tracker, along with elite 2 and all the other old games i installed on there. it was very nostagic and a bit upsetting because the last time i turned it on my dad was still alive, and i remember when he used to rub it in that his amiga was faster than mine and had one of those cd rom things attached to it. my god how far we have come.