Thanks for the advice.
I've ordered the necessary hardware, so it should arrive in a week or so, and then I'll start playing around with the Mega65 prototype.
In the meantime I've been looking at the documentation.
A good start has been made, but I can already see many suggested improvements.
I'll post a longer wish-list of things I'd like to see in the documentation later on.
Question: Is there a maximum page count limit for the Mega65 user manual? For a computer of this nature I would estimate that it would take about 350+ pages to document fully, or at least so that it gives a decent overview of most features. (Compare this to the C64 user manual 2nd edition which was 200 pages. Commodore did a great job with this, but I think that we can do better.)
Question: I know it's still early days yet, but would it be possible to have the final printed book spiral bound so that it will open flat on a table? It would be more convenient for users to enter the type-and-run programs.
Question: Where is the best place to ask these questions? Here or via email?