So I went to Japan for a business trip, and stopped by Akihabara at some of the gaming shops. I was looking to pick up an AV Famicom for a decent price. But, alas, even the gaming shops know how much many of the things they sell go for on eBay and other sites. One store even had AV-modding Famicoms going for 9900 yen! One of the Trader stores had some red-and-white Famicoms for cheaper, around 6880 yen complete (RF, power adapter included). I looked, and saw 2 round button ones, and a square button one! The square button one did not have a price tag on it. I spent about 10 min trying to shine my phone flashlight in to see the board revision (to no avail). I was really looking to pick a Famicom up for gaming (bought Akumajou Densetsu while I was there too, decent deal, 3300 yen), but I couldn't pass up on the square button. Brought it up to the register, rung up 6880 yen, bought it, brought it back to the hotel, cracked it open and found it was a Rev. 6 board! Strange thing is, the PPU looks a little different from other Rev. 6 photos I've seen online. There is no serial number sticker on it (it does have the smooth bottom though). I think this is pretty rare. I REALLY want to play it, but that for me would mean AV modding it, and I'm not sure if I should since it is pretty rare. It's in pretty good shape, the console is not pure white, but I wouldn't call it yellowed either. I might just pick up an AV Famicom to play around with on eBay instead.