I know you headed the letter 'Last Word'. But your reply to Gregory Kuopp (issue 82) was simply inviting angry comments.
You say that four 100K (that should be 127K) drives are not a real alternative to two 320K drives. Well, how about four 180K drives? (You reviewed the Indus GT in issue 66). And with the ATR8000 add-on (available in this country from Tollgate) you can use any 5.25" or 8" drive, as well as having access to CP/M and MSDOS.
You question the availability of software capable of supporting four drives. I have yet to find any software that does not support all four drives, and that includes VisiCalc (even you must have heard of VisiCalc although I doubt if you could name any other micro for which it is available at just £50!), Atariwriter, as recommended by The Guardian, Letter Perfect, admittedly not as easy to obtain as Atariwriter, but a very professional word processor, and File Manager+, as used by Walt Disney Studios to aid the production of Tron.
Please, I am not asking that you give Atari a hype; just that you be fair.
Sounds like a nice setup. Shame it would costs about £1,000 encluding software and a TV set - Ed