I don't really see the point of PCem trying to emulate every pieces of HW
Because it's meant to be a full PC emulator. DOSBox, on the other hand, is a DOS gaming platform.
DOSBox, while being a DOS emulator, can do many things that an actual DOS machine can do. I have an external 3.5" floppy drive, and from my original disks, I was able to install Windows 3.1 to the E:\ drive. To get sound to work, I had to get a sound program, but, it works. I can play SimTower flawlessly through DOSBox. DOSBox itself is missing a lot of the original DOS programs, so I was also able to get edit, deltree and qbasic, as well as the qbasic help file. Edit, is like a word editor, but because I'm so used to using DOS, my fingers just fly on the keyboard and I can pull up multiple items just by accessing edit.
For me personally, DOS is so much easier to use and it's what I got used to using. But to say DOSBox is only a game emulator is untrue, because it is a literal DOS emulator, and it can run anything that was made to run in DOS. I can't remember if I tried installing Windows 98SE in DOSBox. I have a game that worked up until XP SP2, but was made to also work with 98SE. When XP SP3 came out, the game stopped working, and it doesn't work on 7, I highly doubt it would work with 10, but I've no plans to switch to 10.
Oh just off-topic, I'm having a problem with the website account recovery, is there someone I can talk with about it, or a place on the forum to post about website issues?
If I can run 100 games on DOS, and only 5 games on a Mac, then a DOS PC IS better than a Mac. Just sayin'