This seems so easy but I have gone through this so let me give it a shot.
Jpop takes my money to make me a RAZA. He uses my money to make a pinball machine for someone else...not for me. I am mad.
IMHO there is no question about the MG machines as assets will get attached, they will, it's just, once again, IMHO, the court will end up coming up with an equitable(means money) settlement(for this single issue as part of a larger case) as opposed to attempting to regain possession of the machines. SO - that means that I would have beef with JPop, and JPop estate would have beef with the possessors of MG, were I able to obtain my pound of flesh from JPop. If it were in a bankruptcy, it would be the trustee in charge and for sure the trustee would get money or the machines, that's just how it works. It's not in bankruptcy. Moot point.
But say the bankruptcy is filed within a reasonable amount of time from MG deliveries, you better believe they will be attached and accounted for by the trustee...ask Keith. Once again though, no bankruptcy, moot point.
Surely everyone can see if he used MY money to make YOUR machine...I have beef. With JPop. Not you. If I sue JPop and the court sees the delivery of that MG made with my money as an unfair transfer, even potentially fraudulent, they may go after whoever JPop gave assets to. That's just what they do.
So if a court were to order a possessor of MG to either pay the court an equitable amount or surrender the machine, it would be JPOP, not the other victims, that would once again be the villain.