So I made this Supergun awhile back, then I finally actually put it into a box. But not just any box, but a HUGE box. The reasoning behind this was that I wanted my PCB currently being played to be protected and enclosed due to idiots that roam around here who would possibly cause damage.
So, it's pretty big taking up a good deal of floor space. But it's got 15pin d-sub connectors like the NeoGeo and the controllers are wired like the NeoGeo too. It outputs RGB through a VGA style 15pin d-sub for my Sony RGB monitor. There are two spaces on that plate in the back for S-Video and maybe Composite video from a JROK encoder if I ever bother with that. Seems silly since I got the monitor. The top as you can see is hinged to make putting in boards easily.
I had originally planned on having a shelf above the one you see to either have two boards at once or to more easily have games that have a seperate sound board like Mortal Kombat. But there isn't enough room to work with on the sides really, and I've figured I could mount the boards on their sides to fit more than one board or figure something else out since i have alot of room.
As you can also see I haven't gotten around to painting it black like the controller. I was going to but I was so happy and tired after getting everything put together I didn't really want to take it back out to paint. I will one of these days. I have to get some extra button harnesses and put them in the mix later anyway.
My collection hasn't changed lately. I have Marvel Vs Street Fighter, Street Fighter 2 CE, Mortal Kombat 2, a bootleg and no good Mortal Kombat 1, and a NeoGeo with KoF 99 and Metal Slug X.