Same for me, but folks like you and I represent a very small percentage of Analogue's target market. I've got plenty of friends who are interested in retro gaming, but are not technical enough to emulator or deal with connecting old consoles to new TVs. By the numbers these are 10 times the amount of folks I talk to daily who understand MiSTer, Retro Pie, or more complex solutions. This forums is an odd crossover between lovers of old things and high technical capability individuals. Out in the real world, that's much less of an overlap. I think the problem with Analogue taking on a Neo Geo console is their target market being able to source games. Yeah I considered that too, but again looking at their main market right now of full-hype North American retro gaming, N64 is the right combination for a generation of late 20s / early 30s folk with spare cash and a love of retro. Reddit and eBay certainly confirms that N64 collection is on the rise, which is amusing because all of the crusty old farts like me dislike the N64.