Tommy, I have to be honest, I was originally interested in Amico because I liked the way you wanted it to be the "family" system. But coming here and basically attacking Eduardo (yes I tried to read your responses as non confrontational, but I still felt like it was condescending) does nothing but cause conflict in our retro community and has soured me personally on giving Amico any further consideration (not that it matters I guess). The mere fact you brought up licensing (not going to get into that) tells me there is animosity or at least some negative feelings. We are a small niche of a small crowd. OMNI may sell a few hundred units, if it happens, in a market that people will probably not want to buy every single game. So like Eduardo said, there may be a game where there is 100 sold. I am at a loss as to why you felt the need to even respond since anyone can view your systems specs and there is no chance anyone here, whether for or against your system, will impact sales or reputation.
I personally like old tech and seeing how people can further push the limits of the tech, it just is appealing to me. I think with people "homebrewing" new systems helps keep the scene alive and draws more interest in it. Coming in and swooping down with your 11 million dollar marketing budget bs feels dramatic to me. This scene already has had enough drama from the Chameleon debacle to a NJ rapper gone rogue with a brand name, we don't want or need anymore.
Eduardo has and will continue to have our support with these projects, your goals are much bigger than this arena, maybe stick to what you are good at. My opinion only.