Hello, Welcome to my collection the vast majority of these items are from Japan so be prepared. As a side note I store my entire collection in their rightful boxes. As well as group them in individual boxes to keep them away from moisture and so that way they are organized. Upon receiving them I did not have any shelves and still till this day lack some proper way of displaying them. I just need to invest some money, but as of lately I haven't felt too motivated to do just that. However I do leave a few consoles out so I can play whenever I have the desire to. Here are some photo's of what I've purchased so far from overseas. I categorized them for the both of our convenience. Part 1. 1. Development Hardware: Sony PlayStation 2 - DTL-T10000H, DTL-H10010, & DTL-H10030 Spoiler: Prototype Tool Kit - Logic Board Spoiler: Official DTL-T10000H - Motherboard I take no credit for this high quality photo all rights are reserved by; https://www.flickr.com/photos/defor/albums Please check out his flickr page he does some pretty cool stuff. I am so grateful to own such a piece of art it has taught me a lot about hardware architecture and linux. It has forced me to think outside of the box and to question what I originally thought wasn't achievable. So when I saw one up for sale while saving up money for something else I immediately bought it. As of now I own five working ones I was hesitant to show the rest off due to each one having damage in different area's. Not mention three of them are taken apart for confidential reasons. Also this is my best looking one. 2. Electronics: Made In Japan Down Step Transformers These devices are absolutely necessary when using Japanese electronics because it prevents the power supply from eventually going out over a period of time. Especially if you live in the states where our voltage runs at 120 while theirs doesn't reach above 100. You're most likely thinking that's negotiable and it is. But I can assure you in the long run it will take it's toll that's why it never hurts to be cautious. 3. Japanese Computers: Not Documented Yet. 4. Strategy Guides: Sega Saturn & Sega Dreamcast My all time favorite game director Yu Suzuki up there with Fumito Ueda. Sony PlayStation 1 Sony PlayStation 2 A work in progress to be continued.