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    RaSCSI Development Thread

    Agreed, with all of the above...however, I'd like to add that this is, in theory, also a problem that can be solved with SCSI2SD. It's a matter of firmware development (aka time and knowledge). SCSI2SD V6 (also open source firmware) has hardware support for USB devices, but has never had the implementation on the firmware side developed to enable use of it. The biggest shortcoming of RaSCSI is that it's not capable of instant-on functionality, which is a big downside, when it comes to storage, but not at all a real issue if you're using it for connectivity.
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    RaSCSI Development Thread

    In addition, you can easily use one SCSI2SD across multiple macs, and this is especially easy if you buy it with the DB25 connector installed, and use it externally.
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    RaSCSI Development Thread

    Or you could just go with a SCSI2SD V5.1, which is instant-on, and mature firmware that's 5+ years old. And the firmware is open source.
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    Macintosh Plus Internal SCSI MOD

    Very cool! Who did you use? Oshpark? What's the license on the adapter?