Since my brother doesn't do the hobby electronics stuff, I feel it's pretty safe to post a spoiler/worklog of his present here without actually spoiling it for him. Also, this forum needs some appreciation! My brother has been talking about starting a small collection of arcade games when he graduates from college and gets a place, so I thought I'd help him out with that. Basically, my goal is to build a slightly stripped down supergun + controls so he can start with his arcade collection hobby before he gets the space he needs for full cabinets. So far, I've gotten most of the parts in (the rest should come on Monday). I got two of these sanwa sticks (same kind of stick you'd find in a MvC or MK cabinet). I got this connector (jamma) which is common among many arcade boards so he can swap different boards into this thing as he gets new games. The connector is a little confused though, it's a Japanese layout, sold by an American company, and labeled in Chinese... dawat The game I intended to include, bought it because they claimed it worked, but when I got it, I realized they were trying to scam me when it didn't work, too bad for them, they did it on eBay, got my money back and don't have to send it back. I bought another, which should come in on Monday, I hope that one works -.- Hopefully not fried video converter, I had it hooked up to the first board before I realized it was broken, so I may have to replace some chips... It is supposed to convert the RGBS to composite (it's 320x240, so composite is high enough quality). And finally, my plans for the controllers. Boxes made of wood, top surface will have a black abrasion resistant coating, and the sides of the boxes will be painted blue for player 1 and red for player 2. Will have removable bottoms to access the restriction plates for the joysticks.