I picked up a '97 year MSA Puma 200. I'm pretty happy with it despite it's age. The CRT has a little burn in, but is quite legible. Most importantly, the machines fundamentals are in good condition. Ways are not saddled, spindle bearings are fine, drives and ballscrews in very serviceable condition. The control system doesn't have some of the nice bells and whistles on newer builds, but it's still quite serviceable.
So far the most expensive thing I've had to replace is the chuck actuator (not cheap), but it looks it was damaged by a meathead who tried to service it previously instead of sending it into Kitagawa's service centre.
Overall a good solid production machine backed by my decently local service centre. Some parts are not easy to find though. The main stuff (spindle drives, servos etc) is still in good supply, but more esoteric stuff like part catcher parts and tool presetters are harder to come by. It seems that Daewoo switched from electric drive to hydraulic tool presetters close to that year so I'm having a hard time finding a replacement for my electrically driven presetter.