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  1. Hi @all, here I want to start now a bigger topic. with the power of the brandnew generation of Papilio Duo, I got the idea, to implement some complete classic computers (like Atari XL/XE, Atari ST, ATARI 2600, Commodore C64, Amiga and others) inside the Papilio Duo. So you be able to load Diskimages or Module-Images (Games, Demos and Tools (like Assembler or others) into the FPGA. Other (than the idea of Retrocade), you´ll got an complete working, full programmable System (instead of only the Soundchips) I´ve discussed this topic also with Jack and he is enthusiastic about the idea) So I´ll start now, with Mark (a friend of mine and a genius ). First of all, we´ll start to work on the implementation of an very high compatible ATARI XL/XE core for the Papilio Duo (together with the proper Computing shield). Any ideas, additional informations or close planned projects are welcome! So we´ll hope for a lot response and feedback! Thanks, andY