Mike Douglas from http://deramp.com/
is quite the wizard: Without having ever seen the MFA computer, he created a publicly available version of CP/M for the machine. During much of January we exchanged a lot of emails and debugged over the phone, but there is now a monitor ROM and CP/M disk image available at http://deramp.com/downloads/mfa_computer/
which I've also uploaded to the FTP. The availability of the CP/M BIOS should provide enough technical information about the configuration of the EPROM/RAM, serial, parallel and floppy modules.
While this is an "aftermarket" effort, it will allow the official MFA CP/M system to slip right in when it becomes available.