Ahhh MVS. I had a one slotter that the kid's mother made me get rid of. I gave it to my little brother for safe keeping and he sold it off. now I wish I just pulled the board out of the machine and stuck it in a closet somewhere till the succubus was gone.
I'm sure turning an mvs into a console is cake now, but when i had my cabinet it was a messy DIY project.
I just did an ebay search, one slot boards are sub $50 but consolized stuff can get over 700 bucks. an aes and sticks can be had for 400 and that mvs to aes convertor is 300 ish... it almost seems like buying an aes, getting a convertor, and loading up on mvs games (when they should up at the right prices) is the way to go. it's nuts how a 25 year old console is still pulling half it's retail used. boxed stuff (still used) is double retail, i could only imagine what a sealed one goes for.