LVL23 "XL" Bartop / Tabletop Arcade Cabinet Kit (HAPP or SANWA Mounting Pattern) by LEP1 Customs * EASY TO ASSEMBLE WITH ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS AND PICTURES * This kit contains the pre-cut, routed and pre-drilled MDF for a DIY Bartop/Tabletop Arcade Cabinet, and is the ONLY kit to feature the following: Pre-routed integrated marquee bracket Pre-routed baton indents for easier assembly Adjustable horizontal monitor positioning Pre-drilled holes for mounting two 4" speakers Pre-drilled holes for mounting either 2 SANWA JLF/JLW, Seimitsu LS-32/LS-33/LS-40/LS-55/LS-56, or ZIPPYY Joysticks in the SANWA kit or 2 HAPP joysticks in the HAPP kit. Pre-drilled holes for cabinet assembly Numbered baton supports and the 26 screws for basic assembly To assemble the basic cabinet, all you need to supply is the wood glue and a screwdriver. That's right, all parts needed to assemble the basic cabinet are included (except for the wood glue)! For a complete assembly, we suggest the following parts (not included): Up to 19" Square LCD Monitor or Up to 23" Widescreen LCD Monitor (cabinet has 20.75" internal width) 4 screws for LCD VESA Mount (4 or 8 washers are suggested) 2 Joysticks with SANWA or HAPP mounting patterns 8 Screws, 8 washers, and 8 nuts for joystick mounting Up to 18 Arcade Buttons [24mm buttons for Start and Coin(4), 30mm for action(14)] in the SANWA kit or 18 28mm buttons in the HAPP kit 2 4" Speakers 8 screws, 8 washers, 8 nuts for speaker mounting Game system (Raspberry Pi, Game Elf, Pandora's Box, Mini PC, etc) Power supply Wiring (as needed by Game System, speakers, and monitor) Marquee Insert (auction photo shows color laser printed paper) Plexiglass to cover LCD (optional/personal taste) Marquee backlight (optional/personal taste) Light Sandpaper Primer Paint The listing pictures feature our kit unsanded and assembled with items that are not included: wood glue and custom marquee printed on copier paper The assembly was easy enough to be completed by one adult arcade enthusiast. NOTE: The monitor mounting panel is placed where it is in the photo so it could be clearly seen, not where it is recommended to be placed(ideally it should be further back). If you have any questions, feel free to ask.