Huuuhh? So, let me get this straight, there shoudln't be a Falcon emu so that those SO FEW who have a real one wouldn't thrash it?? That's ridiculous... I was into emus well before suvvumbing to nostalgia and buying an Amstrad CPC464, a 6128, a Spectrum ZX, an A500, an A600, an A1200, an ST 1040STFM, a 1040STe and a MegaSt, not to mention the 70's Pong system. I can't see how the emus destroyed those computers, nossire.
Furthermore, it's absurd (and trully backward) to believe that a system exists only in its physical form. If the ST or the Falcon or whatever continues to live through software, it's just as well. Even if I have all these machines, and I just *love* the sensation of turning them on and hooking them up to my TV/monitor and doing whatever it is that I do, it's NOT as easy to do it. It's far easier to just fire up the emulator and give it a go, especially now that I'm in the army and I simply don't have my machines with me -and this is just an example of the practicality of emulators.
Falcon prices are pretty steep -and it goes to say how popular they are. I'll buy one as soon as I have the money, and regardless of an emulator. Those who wanna use a Falcon will do it, no matter what: since prices are that high, if they're not really interested they wouldn't get one anyway.
So: let's see an emulator