OK, so why are you selling it? I'm due to move home in a couple of weeks and I really don't have the space to bring everything with me, so I'm selling off the things I may regrettably live without in order to make room for the items I would most likely use more often. Unlike my previous sales, I don't actually need the money this time around lol. It was really a toss up between keeping this or my Karaoke setup + System-Disc 2 but in the end the Karaoke system won. I'd still have to spend more money on another BBA, VGA box and a custom fully wired male to male pass through cable to make the Karaoke system usable for me but on balance it will let me do most of the things I need to do with less space, so the Katana has got to go. I paid at least Â£600 + shipping for the pair a year ago (albeit I bought them separately) so I am looking for Â£620 + shipping for the pair (to account for inflation, not profiteer!) and I'd prefer to sell them as a pair or not at all TBH. This is partly due to me not really wanting to sell them nor needing the money so if you can't afford the pair I get to keep them muahahaha but also because they will be a bitch to ship but slightly easier to manage as a twosome. International shipping in particular may be prohibitively expensive, especially shipped in a relatively timely manner with tracking so I think the best bet is maybe sell the item, ship it, then send further payment for the actual shipping cost once it is in the mail. As a guideline the Post Office wanted to charge Â£45 to send the Set 2.1 abroad within Europe, but the next airmail option with tracking and no insurance was Â£10.25 - and that was for something weighing only 400g. This will weigh several kg! The buyer is more than welcome to collect the units from me in person, however bear in mind I'll probably also try and sell you both pairs of my Samba De Amigo Maracas and my HKT-7500 Twin Stick and blag a trip to Nandos for some extra hot Peri Peri chicken if you do! I live within the Greater Manchester area of North West England. In an ideal world these would to go someone who appreciates the Dreamcast element more than the development oddity but interested parties will be dealt with on a first come first served basis.