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I'm with Stu on this one, though I can definitely understand the appeal of something like Bill's massive collection. Emulation is strictly about convenience, and you inevitably lose a great deal of authenticity, arguably even with old DOS games. On the flip side, though, you get more functionality, such as the ability to "warp," save states, stream video/screenshots, the list goes on. You also don't have to deal with the constant tape or disk loading errors. :)
I don't think I ever had a 1541 that lasted more than 2-3 years of regular use.
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