jms: For crying out loud. If 26bit development stops, then so what? Time to be realistic. Do you still get OS updates for your A5000? Did you still get them when the RiscPC came out? No and no. So why should the RiscPC be supported now it has been replaced? That's not the way to move forward - it's the way to stand still. To be frank, customers who don't buy new hardware aren't much use to a company whose business is selling new hardware. No-one says you *should* buy an IyonixPC, but you can't expect Castle to support legacy hardware when the idea is to go forward.
nunfetishist: you're clearly trolling. Unless you consider yourself to be a fine moral and legal judge who has the right to see confidential documents. Since when do companies put such documents in the public domain? There is nothing to prove to anyone but the courts and lawyers.