I've had my CT60 accelerator for my Falcon for a few weeks now and I believe I am only scratching the surface at what I can now do with my Falcon. Thus I feel that only now am I truly able to write just a first impressions review of the CT60 both in terms of hardware design and speed.
Installation: My Falcon has been in a tower case for approximately 1 and a half years. Believe it or not the tower casing job was done in preparation for the CT60. However in order to do such a thing before it came I had to butcher the ATX power supply as well as case LED's and switches. I simply got all these back to "factory" settings and plugged everything in. Sure enough the CT60 has all the leads and switch settings designed to hook up to modern hardware and LED's in a typical ATX case. The guide recommends all sorts of extreme care be taken, and normally I wouldn't so strictly follow such care guidelines but in this case I decided to. Carefully I installed my CT60 and checked my wiring twice (rewired the ATX case stuff back to factory), installed my stick of SD-RAM, and powered it on. Sure enough I get a gorgeous splash screen and whala, my Falcon is now accelerated. But honestly, for someone who tinkers with computers at all, the CT60 could NOT be easier to install. I think Atari ST-Ram and TT-RAM boards for the TT involve two screws, the Ct60 is next to nothing.