We now have 2 Apple IIGS in our family, yes! After so many years, we finally have real machines in our house, not running emulation.
All my kids love Apple IIGS, they will say "Apple IIGS" when they see the rainbow Apple logo, not "Mac". This is especially true for my son, who has learned how to program on an Apple IIGS via emulation. He now finally has his own machine, courtesy of a kind gentleman called Willie Yeo. Without his machine, I will never brought back my Apple IIGS from Penang, and realized that it is still alive, after a decade of sitting on a table doing nothing. I thought that it is dead, but in fact it is the monitor.
So after all these years, we now have 2 Apple IIGS. One for the family (which is my old pal), still proudly playing music and play games in the living room, after 20 years. One for my son, who can now finally has his own Apple IIGS for programming.
Thank you, Willie, and thank you, all of the Apple II friends that still keep the dream and the machines alive. Apple IIGS Forever!