I only say the same to you,as i do to likes of Atari Crypt, arcade Attack etc.
I'm all too aware of just how time consuming and frustrating, just getting a stand alone interview can be.
When you guys reach industry folks that are beyond my humble reach and the supposed Big Guns and their resources have yet to cover for what ever reason, you should be thanked and supported.
Without the efforts you all put in, the information simply wouldn't be out there, would it?.
I subscribed to likes of Edge,Gamestm and RetroGamer for countless years and learnt a lot about likes of A8 Elite, ST chuck Rock II,etc, but on the flipside...
Bought the Gremlin Graphics book, History of US Gold etc
So many potential interview candidates were missed, questions not asked when chance was available.
So i've had to reach out to people and get the answers myself.
Damn sight easier for me to simply sit back and enjoy the work you guys do now, then risk buying a magazine and hope there is an article or 2 of interest.
I've not returned to gaming on the A8 since i moved from it to the C64 years and years ago, but like the 2600,i still love reading about it, if it's done right.
The Art Of Atari book for example was pure hog heaven for myself, if your A8 book can fill a similar void in my book collection, you'll have done the community proud.
It sounds like you have them onboard..so confidence is high.