Um, okay I guess.
Since you bring up the topic, I would not buy any of the existing TBLs.
First, the asking prices are way too high. I could afford it if I wanted it, and I like the game, but it's not worth that amount to me.
Second, if production did resume, then the price would drop down to the vendor's price for the new production. So the people buying them for 3x the new cost would get burned.
Third, it was not exactly Sony who made these TBL games. What's the reliability like on them?
Fourth, if something does break on your TBL, you're probably screwed. I owned (and loved) an Atari I, Robot (hence my user name), and everything on the game was a special chip or a special board or a special part made of unobtainium. I had to have a new flyback transformer made for me by piecing together several bad flybacks that I found purely by luck. I could not get some replacement parts for the monitor and had to jury rig a few things. You can have my share of that noise.