If I had a wish list when I boot it up I would love that it doesn't open window to select a Rom.
What should it do then? After all, it does not know what ROM you are going to run. If you would like to avoid seeing the Open-File dialog, let it associate itself with Coleco ROMs and click on a ROM instead.
I would love that it didn't bug me to associate all roms to Coleco.
Not sure what you mean by this, but if you have chosen to have all your Coleco ROMs with a generic file type extension (.ROM or .BIN), then the problem is entirely at your end. Rename them to .CV or something, then associate that extension with ColEm.
I would love ADAM to run.
In the works. Currently blocked by AdamNet troubles. Not enough time to sort them out at the moment. But the source is open, so you are welcome to take a stab at this.
I would love a modern GUI that looked like Windows and not something from 1994
The ColEm GUI looks exactly like Windows. It looks no different from any other Win32 app, which are plenty. Before you ask, I do not do "Metro UI", since it is both ugly and uncomfortable.
I would write my own version in Visual C++ with all modern code.
Guess how many times I have heard this over the last 20 years?
I have already outlined a complete development IDE with a built in emulator that will compile into DDP Super Games to be used on a real ADAM.
Sure. So, does that outline run Adam or CV software?