Evaluation of the results. Please note that when running this benchmark program on WinUAE, that the emulated graphics modes (PAL/NTSC) does not show the right values on the graphics. The values will be way to low because of that the emulated graphics does not output the graphics to the screen at every frame. So it feels and looks much slower than what the values says. A Picasso96 mode feels much faster but gives higher values compared to the emulated graphics. The values for the Picasso96 modes are comparable to the graphics on the amiga. As you can see, some tests like "scrolling textmass" and "filled boxes" are a lot faster than AGA! I also tried with a 256-color screen and it was almost exactly as fast as with 16 colors. The reason that I still use 16 colors is that "selector" became a little bit slower on 256 colors. WSMB is great to test and improve the performance of your WinUAE emulator. Take a look at the two result files from WinUAE. The first gave a total performance value of 170.8047 But after changing some settings like turning off the sound and adding an emulated math coprocessor, I got the value of: 136.2773 And the emulator feels much faster now, so the program has helped me to improve the performance with almost 25 percent! But compared to my real amiga then... Graphics: No big difference, the amiga is about 15% faster. (in 16 colors. In 256 colors, WinUAE is faster). Processing: The amiga is about 3 times faster. Totally: My amiga is about 56% faster than WinUAE. Not much.... I never excpected the emulation to be this fast. Imagine running it on a 450MHz P2! But then, imagine running a real amiga with 060 66MHz and a graphics card :-) The real thing is allways the best!