Thank you very much for your extremely kind offer and further your kind appreciation but, regrettably, once my vacations are over I find myself with a severe lack of free time and so I have to correctly arrange my priorities.
At the time I posted the original request for an HP33S emulator, that was the one and only easily-available RPN calc, and further it was one of the approved models for NCEES exams, so it found a market and generated quite a lot of interest among the HP calc-fan community.
Thus, though I profoundly disliked its physical incarnation (not the programming model, mind you), I saw it as a service to the community to port some of my best unpublished (or published) technical or mathematical programs written at their time for such machines as the HP-34C, HP-67, etc, which would perfectly run in the new HP33S within its maximum data register constraints, and would provide a base foundation of useful software. I didn't want the physical machine at all (even to the point of rejecting it as a gift) so an emulator was the way to go.
Much to my surprise, my request went finally unfulfilled and that was the end of it. Now the new HP35s is available, and it absolutely supersedes the HP33S in most every aspect, while being highly upward-compatible with it, so the HP33S is rendered utterly obsolete and I can see many owners getting rid of them for whatever they can get in order to buy the HP35S as soon as they can.
This being so, it surely would be a waste of time and effort to try and port old programs to an already obsolete, superseded model when there's even more scarcity of basic materials for the newer model. So I'm redirecting all my present efforts to the HP35s which means three brand-new programs (with corresponding articles) will appear in the next issue of Datafile.
Converting old programs isn't as good an idea now, as RAM restrictions have been mostly removed and so it's better to simply write new programs to take advantage of the fact instead of porting old programs created around the 26-register limitation which had to jump through all kinds of hoops merely in order to cope with it, thus resulting in tricky, convoluted, slow-running code. This was unavoidable in the case of the HP33S, but the new HP35s gets that drudgery wholly out of the picture.
Anyway, thanks again for your kind offer and