I saw 2 today at 2 EB Games.
The one close to my house wasn't completely put together yet and a guy that works there, I have been becoming friends with (unlike a lot other EB employees, he has a higher IQ than people have toes and he has a good personality) and he let me set it up for him. I was the 1st person to play that demo system and see the inside of the kiosk. The game system must be heavilly modified for the kiosks. The units fam seemed a little loud (could be a more powerful fan to keep it cool for the circulation in the display). The HD is LIGHT. It felt like a couple memory sticks. There is a big plug in the rear for a breakout box (that is under the 360 itself that has all the controller connections, memory card connector/slot, reset button, headphone jack and volume buttons for the headphones and USB ports.
The display is kind of retarded in design to change the disk. You have to open the screen dor, disconnect the cables, open the front of the display that hinges in the front and rear come towards you, there is a square bit key you use to take the screw out of just in front of the 360 to take the plexi dome piece and you can finally open the drive. A lot of work just to change the disk. Just a major reason not to have a 360 kiosk. Don't get me wrong, I'll get one if the price was right, but I would permanetly remove the plexi dome thing.
Kameo is not the best game for a demo game. It took me 5 minutes for me to figuire out how to play. A 2 1/2 minute intro sequence didn't help either and having to read all the "how to play" parts. I'm just glad I didn't have to wait behind someone else wanting to try during a lunch break. The should've used easier to pick up and play games like DOA4 and/or PGR3.