Continuing the discussion from myStorm, BlackIce and the future:
Have seen some mention around about the 'Anlogic' FPGAs from China - which makes getting a board down to the $5 / $10 price point seem more realistic?
A bit of a language barrier trying to figure out buying a board, but there is a translation of the datasheets:
and 'Project Tang' working on documenting the bitstream and using it with Yosys / nextpnr:
Piotr Gozdur is quite active on YouTube working with the Anlogic chips (and the 'Lichee Tang' board):
...but again there is a language barrier, as a lot of the writing on that work is in Polish?