As long as the machine powers up and moves around, your ok. The SV50 does not have conversational programming on it, it's a straight Fanuc 18 MC control. Pretty much any CAM should work, just might have to modify the post for the Mori high speed machining function. I will warn you however, the SV50, is no joke of a machine. They were the fastest full size vertical in there day, and still faster than most new machines even now. The SV500 and SV503 were almost the same machines, just with faster rapids still, and the 500 had an i series control, the SV503 had the Mapps control with conversational. Check to see if it's a "b" model, and also what tool taper it is. Get someone to check the spindle and axis for you. The machine is approaching it's 15th birthday, so it's no spring chicken. And make sure you have plenty of clean dry air and at least 100amps of 208 3phase power. That machine will need it.