To be fair, Red Hat was the same * (still is to a lesser extent**).
There's a substantial difference: RHEL is usable.
Why all this effort to refloat her? As has been pointed out, she's been partially and asymmetrically submerged for the better part of two years, surely it'd be easier to just send in the divers with cutting torches or shaped charges, split the hull, and float her off in sections on barges (as they ended up doing with MSC Napoli)?
Doing that in a marine sanctuary would have a significant environmental impact.
Are those significantly cheaper than the ones they had before?
Oh come on, the Stig would know better, the first thing everyone bought was the FAST-ram expansion. (although, looking it up on wikipedia it now turns out the trapdoor expansion actually contained "slow ram"... wtf ?! Even though it's been 25 years, I feel cheated now =)
Fast because it wasn't chip memory, but slow because it was on the same bus as Agnus, or so I recall.
Can't wait for The Stig to take it round the track. Some say his home computer is a Commodore Amiga , and he still believes 640K is more than enough RAM for anyone.
ITYM 512k then!