Over the next little while I'm going to try to port over the entirety of Atari's bug list to this thread. To my knowledge, the Atari bug list started by Bryce777 was the most recent and up to date list of it's kind, including numbered bugs, bug status, bug disposition, etc., etc. It is quite exhaustive and comprehensive, documenting over 500 bugs. Many of those are still scurrying around out there. I don't believe this list exists anywhere else as of yet, and with the ToEE board in the state it is over at Atari, I don't want to wake up one day and discover they've decided to close shop and skip town during the night, leaving the bug list and all the effort that went into it in the dumpster. Thread will be updated, please stand by.  Oh yeah - I'm posting this in the ToEE forum so I can police it properly. Okay, below is an example of how this list will appear, in the form of the first 50 bugs. Additional posts to follow in groups of 50 bugs per post. Should be pretty self-explanatory. Line 1 is the bug number, line 2 is the bug's status - confirmed, fixed, etc. and by who, Line 3 is a description of the bug itself. Also, living bugs will appear in red. Unconfirmed bugs will appear in green. Erroneously reported bugs or bugs that can't be reproduced will appear in gray. Now would be a good time for those interested to review these and post any disagreements you may have. Remember that I didn't come up with this list myself. The last time it was tinkered with was late 2004 I believe, so there's bound to be inaccuracies. If you see something that's since been fixed, or found to not be a bug, or is a bogus report, post it here and I'll change it. Let's refrain from posting new bugs until the old list is complete. To further clarify, bugs that are red and confirmed need to be fixed; bugs that are green and unconfirmed need to be confirmed; bugs that are gray and misreported or unable to be reproduced can be ignored. If you intend to report on bug confirmation, please conduct a current test of the bug and then report, as opposed to reporting anecdotal old memories or anything like that. If you do test, be sure you do so using the latest Co8 mods over Atari 1 & 2. Thanks to Bryce777 and zhuge, who were the main forces behind this effort. I think the original idea was actually Troika's though, as they wanted to have a list of confirmed bugs before they went chasing them around for free. Kudos to Atari for funding 1 official patch for the buggiest game ever released.  Will correct entries as info comes in. Moebius fix references will be changed to Co8 4.0.0 (where they first officially appeared).  I'm reproducing the bug numbers and descriptions exactly as they appear in the Atari list. They seem to have skipped a few numbers here and there, so if you see blank bug numbers, that's what's going on. Maybe we'll assign any new bugs to the old blanks in the future. Also note that updates may occur from later reports in the Atari list, so what you see ATM is not necessarily the final word.  Thanks to all those who are contributing their input to the buglist. If your response has been addressed within the buglist, your post will say ADDRESSED under the pertinent section. If it hasn't been addressed, it doesn't mean I haven't read it, just that the issue is unresolved at the moment.