This day and age I don't think an IEEE drive on a C64 makes much sense. If you want to run C64 software from floppy you'll need a 1541 or something that emulates it well. For cheap and simple convenience some type of SD2IEC, uIEC etc drive would come in very handy, or if you have money to burn then a 1541Ultimate.
Originally Posted by Bish500
That being said, for anyone with a PET and a C64 that want to share a single drive, then an IEEE interface for the C64 might make sense if you can find an IEEE drive (2031, 4040, 8050, 8250, SFD-1001) to share. Those C64-LINK carts are quite nice. They are small and do the job. I'm also fond of the BI Buscard IEEE interfaces. In fact, I know of a projected to clone the Buscard so perhaps there might hope for those looking.
If you can wait there will be the PETSD-DUO that supports both IEEE and IEC (serial) or the PETBUS which looks quite promising. There really is quite the choice these days!
WANTED: CBM-II hardware or software, PET software