I agree totally. I used to sell computers at Federated Group in Los Angeles. We were one of the few mass market resellers that carried both the Commodore PC-1 and PC-5. They didn't sell too well. I sold more C-64s and Atari 520s than anything else. I know that GEOS was bundled but they really should've brought it in house as, later on, GEOS became a front end for many DOS machines. The Amiga was simply mis timed. Even though the Toaster helped extend its life, piracy and advances in IBM clones and the Mac stopped it from continuing.