January 1995 issue of Mean Machines Sega on 32X is the last post on the previous page.
Also, I'm finding evidence online that the previous historical currency conversion tools I used might have been incorrect. It is possible that 150-180 British pounds at the time was .69-.65 US dollars. Which would mean that the 32X was cheaper in the UK than it was in the US, where I have shown it to be cost effective.
I am using the following tool, and from what I can tell, the 32X should have been cheaper in the UK than in the US from December 1994 to February 1995. Meaning, if I wanted to import a UK 32X at the time I would have payed 35% more for it.