Author: Frank LaRosa
Additional Notes:
Toober writes "There is a BBS software that I did not see on your list and consider it to be one of the best written for the Commodore 128. You actually have it listed under DOS however it started out on the Commodore 128 platform. It was Searchlight BBS (which eventually supported RIPpaint). I use to run a system on a C128D and a 20 gig drive running Searchlight. The 20 gig was only model made that I know of for C128, although I can't remember or find the model number. I do remember that it had a seagate drive under the hood and at the time it was blazing fast. (There was no waiting, twidling-your-thumbs time to load anything)"