Hello everyone; I recently picked up this NTSC SNES system from a guy in Russia. At first glance, it looks exactly identical to the genuine console. However there are a few small signs to tell that this is a clone just before looking inside it. Notice there is an "O" missing from the word "Nintendo" on the sticker at the back? There are also 2 Asian stickers that at one point tried to cover up the screw holes on the bottom of the unit itself. Whoever made this put some serious time and effort into making it look authentic, I know there have been 1 or 2 similar systems posted on here before but this is by far the most impressive one of its kind to date. This one even has its very own serial number! UN17204041. (And yes it does have the expansion port underneath too, albeit not the original one) The console has a few chips on the edges, suggesting that this was strangely produced with some kind of organic or "living" plastic material as over time the plastic is starting to biodegrade and break down. Possibly caused by the number of times that this thing has been opened in the past. Now looking at the inside, you can see straight away that this clearly is a clone. Whats interesting about this one is that the heat sink inside looks very unique, I have not seen a heat sink like that before. The motherboard itself is marked as "S4" which is also strange to me. Here we can also see various chips that are made by Sony, Motorola and Toshiba. The built quality inside is again very well done. I have just posted some photos of this thing right here on the site and I will also get them onto this thread. Any other information would be greatly appreciated, thanks!