Intertan, i've got a suggestion for you, that might or might not interest you. Just like there's avsforum for all of us multimedia heads, and there are other forums for other hobbies, there's a whole group of people that build their own arcade machines. There's an emulator called MIME, that lets you download all the old arcade games (the actual files that were in the arcades). And what you do is build a cabinet using the same wood and dimensions that the manufacturers did, then there's companies that supply all the parts that the old machines had. You can buy the buttons, joysticks, lighting, coin acceptor, etc, from the actual people that made them for the real machines (and they're cheap). Then you just put a crappy pc in the cabinet, put the monitor in the space for it, and wire the buttons to the keyboard with some soldering (or buy a converter), and that way you can have a legitimate arcade machine, but with every arcade game ever made. It'll cost a whole lot less too, if you have an old pc and monitor, you can make it for like 300 bucks depending on how nice you want it. Also, some people buy crappy old arcades of games that aren't that cool, and they just gut the inside, and put a MIME emulator pc in it. Anyways, i'll get you the link sometime soon and post it on here for you, i have to look through some magazines for the actual link, because i havn't been to the site in a while. Good luck!