Well, I was thinking something like this way...
If people are considering a non-wintel based solution. What is there to choose from ?
Well, then you could perhaps think about that there is two solutions to choose from out of today - Apple or Pegasos. Soon also perhaps AmigaOne, which then will make it three, but remember right now sells as earlybird.
On this level Risc is what it is based around, and whats the benefit by using a Risc-based system comparing with a Cisc-based.
You come to where to choose between different risc-based solutions.
Then when I try to look on it from the outside, I can perhaps see something like this.
What is Apple ? well, I got the feeling its most about MacOS. There is no info on Apples webpage except about MacOS. If you want to look for other systems, to run on your Apple computer, you have to find this in other places.
Also when looking at the AmigaOne, you might get the impression it seems to be mostly about AmigaOS.
Then when you look at the Pegasos, you will see that it not only seems to be about MorphOS, but also about that there is much info around about other solutions. Also when you, as coming from the outside, and get in contact with people in the community, you might perhaps also got the impression that people are using different systems, and also talk about different solutions.
This is then more somewhat like what the x86 stands for, you can have different solutions, using nearly exact the same hardware.
My feelings is that this is what it is a about for Genesi, and also for the Pegasos, and also what it is the benefit with the Pegasos.
I dont know, whats right or wrong to do, but as from speaking with people, and then trying to hear what they say and ask for this is the impression I get.
Best wishes, Gunne