I have actually finished this, it looks great, and I just need to take some pics of it and post them here. My wife made a galaga shirt for my son so he can wear it and "model" in some of the pics to help show a size comparison on this machine (he's just over 1 year old now).
I will probably try to take the pics tonight or tomorrow and get them posted. If I have time, I'll try to get the CNC machine fixed this weekend, then I can start cutting out kits. I have to wait for my brother-in-law on the CNC machine though, if he is working this Saturday, we probably won't have time to fix it.
The artwork turned out really nice, it all looks good. As stated before, the screen angle is horrible for an LCD game. It's playable, but it's almost like looking at a negative of the screen (i.e. in Galaga, the background is white instead of black). But like I've said so many times before, it's just for fun, the fact that it plays galaga at all is just a bonus, no one will be playing it very seriously I'm sure (especially with my mame machine sitting next to it, much better to play on that).
Honestly, once I finish taking all the pictures of this little cabinet, I will most likely sell the machine. If I had a dedicated Galaga machine, I would probably hold onto it, but I don't so it was just a fun project, but I'm more interested in making models of games I actually own (like donkey kong, pac-man, crystal castles, star wars, etc...). It'll be nice to have pics of it though to show how the kits can be finished out, hopefully I can get some kits cut out soon.