has a really good site with ZZ9000 info. It's where I go because I don't do twitter anymore and half the time updates are on there, and the main site doesn't have a fixed place for updates.
I think you hit the nail on the head about inventing. Lukas is clearly very smart across multiple domains, but I think running full Linux detracts from the Amiga experience rather than adding to it. At the same time I can understand the desire to address interesting difficult problems instead of the boring laborious work of getting USB integrated with Poseidon for example.
I did feel a little let down by the voltage issue. This is his second FPGA-based graphics card and while I've never designed systems as complex as the ZZ9000 these kinds of power and heat issues were schoolboy errors that should've been picked up before release. Still, what's done is done. I'm glad it was sorted, even if I had a bit of a brown-trouser moment fixing mine.
It is without a doubt the best Amiga graphics card I've ever seen. It works reasonably well as an Ethernet card, and it mostly sucks for USB. The 256Mb of auto-detected RAM is useful but since upgrading drivers and it being auto-detected I've noticed a drop in stability, similar to when I was adding 192mb of RAM off the card (as opposed to 128mb). This is most likely specific to my setup rather than anything at MNT's end.