I've been thinking over the past couple of days about digging out my Commodore Amiga 1200 again.
For those of you who don't know I've always loved Amigas. They were beautiful machines which were way ahead of their time; fast, stable, and had incredible graphics and sound for the time. The amount of games made for the Amiga is staggering (well into the thousands), and at the time it was one of the first computers that was able to multitask.
So I've decided to put my A1200 into a tower. I need to get a few bits and pieces first (suitable case, PSU, PCI busboard, accelerator, etc), which will most likely be after EF, and then I'll move everything across to the tower and install either Workbench 3.1 or AmigaOS 3.9.
The one issue I may have is that my Amiga 1200 has recently stopped reading floppy disks. This doesn't cause a problem with booting from the hard drive, but does prevent me from loading new programs. I'm hoping that it's due to the FDD as I can easily replace that (I've got five external floppy drives), but is that isn't the case then I may have a problem on my paws.
Anyway, I'll post more info as the project goes... if it goes.