I ordered the rs232 adapter to COM
and the VT6421A Raid PCI SATA card
from them on the 3/14/09 and received them on the 20th, which is only 5 business days, but I live in the border of state of Vermont and they ship from Canada.
The RS232 to TTL Converter came with a Spear and a croc clip and the sata card came with a short sata cable. These and my xbox 360/pc were all I needed to flash my Lite-On drive. I should mention their tutorial is a bit outdated and I found it easier to extract the the key using JungleFlasher with tutorial from #xbins. I tried erasing my Lite-On drive, but experienced the "bricked drive" syndrome. However, I was able to create a bootable floppy from this tutorial
and everything turned out golden. One other note, in order to power the RS232 to TTL Converter, I had to take the croc clip and clip it to the red wire on a molex connector until the red light on the converter lit up.
I only paid $17.99 for the adapter and $18.99 for the sata card. The value and the fact it arrived so quickly and I, of all people, was able to flash my drive compelled me to give them a positive review. If there's one thing I was a bit concerned about was the padded envelope
they ship the parts in is not adequate enough.