Been slack at updating my progress with retro hardware lately... pulled this out of recycling a couple of weeks ago. Made a blood sacrifice to the electronic gods retrieving it when the 30-odd inch CRT TV sitting on top of it came crashing down on my hand... almost healed up. Still worth it, in my book. Cleaned the outside, still have the inside to do. Switch on the back is shot - doesn't stay latched - and the capacitors are getting tired, so I'm aiming to replace the lot when I have it apart. Tube looks brilliant though, very bright and sharp with vibrant colours. It's been my RGB and Composite workhorse for the last week or so, everything from XT MDA to CGA/EGA (200 Line) and some Nintendo 64 action. Also snapped this up for $60 ($90, but traded in some unwanted stuff to get the cost down) from the local Cashies - Came without an AC adapter, but a member of the Adelaide Retro Computing Group sorted me out with one of their spares. Confirmed that it works with a round of Super Mario Kart, now awaiting the arrival of a flash cart for it. Will probably do some preventative maintenance in the meantime. And lastly - not retro, but useful for maintaining them - a new soldering and hot air rework station. Still getting used to working with hot air, but it's already making surface mount component replacements a lot easier.