Since last August I've been playing the Future Tone arcade rip using this adapted arcade control panel on my PC, which has been great, with perfect touch slider and Sanwa buttons... The only downside is that I've been using it on my main PC which can be a bit inconvenient as it's huge and makes it impossible to use the pc for other things when not playing without moving it all out of the way, in turn making me play the game less or just being lazy and using an Xbox controller. I considered setting up a dedicated PC on a small table elsewhere, but really wanted to see if I could get the whole cabinet. A big dream, but nothing to loose by looking. Initially I thought finding an empty chassis or even one of the other games that uses the same main body (Border Break, Shining Force Cross etc) and putting my control panel on it and making some artwork. I sent an email to a local Sega arcade repair guy (Andy at AGS / Sega Shed) and he gave me the details of a guy in the Netherlands who imports cabinets from Japan: Ronnie at RKLOK. On september the 27th, this is the reply I got: "I can get you a full Diva cabinet , no problem". It took him a while to find one, but at the end of November he managed to source one. It arrived last week (17th of April)... It took 2 hours of stripping it down to get it small and light enough to lift into my house, and I've been cleaning it out and rebuilding it over the weekend. It's a complete cabinet with Sega Nu hardware and full Future Tone artwork, the only thing I don't have is the Key Chip, which was expected as Sega demand that back when the cabinet is no longer used. Today I've ordered a suitable 100v Step-down converter so I can finally power it on and see what it does, hopefully It'll get delivered by next week. My plan is to try to get it to work without a key chip. In theory many of the tricks that are used to make the arcade rip work on a regular PC could make it start the game without one, same goes for the All.net connection. Bur there a lot of hurdles involed with this hardware. Plan B would be putting my own PC inside instead and wiring up the control panel the same way my standalone controller is. I would loose some of the cabinets features such as the flashing side lights and buttons but the speakers and static lights should all still work as before. I'm not sure but this could be the only one of these is the UK! I'll keep this thread updated with my progress.