A bit off topic, but one thing I don't understand is why Amiga OS 4 has never been released for use on PS3, as Cell should have more than enough juice to run it quite well being probably one of the most embeddable full operating systems there is. Is it a licensing issue? If http://arstechnica.com/software/news/2008/09/amigaos41-ars.ars is to believed, they already have it running. Minimum specs for the OS are "a PowerPC processor running at 400MHz or higher, 256 megabytes of RAM, 100 megabytes of hard drive space, and a Radeon 7000 video card". Obviously the restrictions to RSX under Linux would still apply, but then is it really that important in this case? Rather than Linux or Chrome, isn't Amiga OS the perfect fit for a machine such as the PS3? The asking price is rather high at €105, but being an Amiga nut myself, I'd certainly buy it. There is obviously a market for it, otherwise they wouldn't be developing it, and that's with limited hardware units to currently run it on.