I really wish I still had my Commodore Amiga- the A500, because it is one of those things that even in a giga-whatsit age (ram, hertz, whatever) can still be used an awful lot. didn't like the C-64, but when the Amiga line came out, i was stoked. I got one and used it throughout high school, knew a couple other classmates that had em and we swapped games or programs. i guess for a short spell, it was kinda like the Mac to the PC about the time when Macintoshes were starting to gain popularity. my journalism class got a Mac, but i liked my Amiga more- it was in color and it had more support- but then Commodore ran aground and went belly up. as much as the bigger models -A600, A1200, the 2000 and 4000 were a bit better, there was enough in my A500 to keep me happy. Kinda wish that someone would resurrect it. (silly idea in the laptop era) but it is something i'd give younger kids to start computing on before they have to deal with the bigger platforms. that Amiga still impresses me today. sigh.