It would be, but it wouldn't help me as I've never had the pleasure of using Kevtris' 2600 core. It would definitely be my first choice for sure but I don't have an NT mini and when they go up on ebay they are priced around $1,600. Kevtris does amazing work but the MiSTer is a more economical choice than $1,600. Stella seems to me to be very accurate, but I don't have to sell this crowd on the benefits of FPGA! From what I can tell many of the cores on the MiSTer are WIP and some are more baked than others. It's such a shame that the system that Kevtris release so many cores for is no longer available from analogue. I really wish I hadn't been late to the party.