Hey! I am in no way associated with recroommasters, Gamer outfitters, or any other associated companies mentioned in this post! I was looking at smaller arcade cabinets to replace my giant NBA Jam cab mame machine and saw they were local to the atlanta area!
My overall review of their cabinets:
They had something like a dozen cabinbets. They had stand up, sit down, even a divekick cabinet!
The cabinets are particleboard in the Ikea style, but used thick pieces. None of the cabinets used glue and I shook each one I found. They were all sturdy with the cocktail probably being the most sturdy with its stout construction.
The sit down 32" monitor cabinets felt very wide to me. The control panel itself was very solid. One of the employees showed me one that was being built and everything was clean and professional. I was very impressed with the control panel (the "pro" version, with the fightpad layout.) Most of their cabinets had a weird, straight button layout which I did not like, but the pro versions looked right out of a japanese arcade, only made of wood and with t-moulding.
The prices weren't terrible, though pricey. I felt the control panel itself was a decent deal, especially compared to single fight pads. All the features were there and they looked and felt slick.
The biggest con I had is that everything feels like a mame cabinet. Any one of them would stand out in an arcade as a home cabinet. Not really a con, but I am not a huge fan out of it.
I am still not sure if I am going to bite on the sit down cabinet, but it was quality. I personally feel these are the best price/quality/look for a pre-built cabinet. If I could afford it, I would get one of the better vewlix clones or a kraylix(which I don't want to paint or wire up), but this is probably the next best thing at a substantial discount.
If you have questions, I could probably answer a few, though I only know what is already on the internet and what I gained from spending 15 minutes checking out the cabinets.