Not exactly an 8-bit topic, but it's still retro hardware. I've just discovered this new solution which transforms an external USB disk drive into an ADF/SCP compatible device. You can easily connect it to a PC running Windows and WinUAE and have a fully functional Amiga disk drive able to read/write Amiga disks, both public domain or original/protected. The project is relatively easy to build on your own, if you, unlike me, can handle a solder in your hands without destroying the whole neighborhood in flames. Here follow the links to a fellow UK technician/hacker website where the details of the project fully appear and to a Youtube video with a test on the road of the real thing. https://amiga.robsmithdev.co.uk/instructions You can even subscribe to a waiting list and buy the assembled kit for 25 quid + shipping. I've done this but my position is now a discouraging 4245 place. Even though 40% of the subscribers do not really intend to buy the kit, that's a looooong wait for me to go. But... since here on AOC we have some talented and skilled technicians who can squeeze blood from a turnip, maybe we can find the necessary parts to build a couple of kits... n'est-ce pas, @Klyde? ;-) Let me know what you think about this solution. Personally, I find it "revolutionary" for Amiga owners and fans.