Just an update, I have the kit together as specified, I had to change it to $95 including postage to anywhere. The only exception to this is France, as I have had some stuff sent back to me from there, it is not returned however in a registered satchel, so people in France (or anyone else, if they like), can get it sent registered for $15 more.
I will now be contacting the people by email / PM who posted or PMed me in the order I was contacted in. If I miss out on someone let me know, or if you want to go on the waiting list, as I'm trying to get some more kits together as I have spares of some of the components.
The kit contains the following:
95 x 1SS133(T-77) - Rohm Diodes.
04 x 2SA798-(G) - Mitsubishi Dual PNP Common Emmitter Transistors.
22 x 2SA1115-(F) - PNP Transistors.
57 x 2SC2603-(F) - NPN Transistors.
02 x 2SC2878-(A) - Toshiba NPN High Reverse Current Gain Transistors.
02 x 2SD1469-(R) - Rohm Medium Power NPN Transistors.
01 x CA3080E - OTA
02 x CD4006 - 18 Bit Static Shift Register
03 x CD4011U - Quad 2-Input NAND - (U => UNBUFFERED)
03 x CD4013 - Dual D-type Flip Flop
03 x CD4040 - 12 State Binary Counter
02 x CD4051 - 8 Bit Data Selector (Single 8-ch. Multiplexer/Demultiplexer)
04 x CD4069U - Hex Inverters - (U => UNBUFFERED)
01 x CD4070 - Quad Exclusive OR
02 x CD4520 - Dual Binary Counter
06 x CD40174 - HEX D Flip Flop
01 x CA339E - Quad Comparator.
I would also strongly
suggest consulting Kevin's (Subatomicglue's) 9090 worklog, as he has done a fantastic job documenting the construction of the 9090, describing it in detail step by step. He also shows how to mount some of these components, e.g., the 2SA1115 and the 2SC2603 correctly, and where to use the 2SA798's.http://www.subatomicglue.com/9090l0g/