I'm sorry to bring this post back from the dead, but I know lots on Maus and can't help but comment.
Maus and nothing like Bengals other than the spots. They did use Maus to create Bengals, but the other half is an asian leopard cat (wild) so they are very unique. They have completely different personalities and Bengals are much more common now.
If you haven't found a cat yet, then I know just the perfect place for you. There is an Egyptian Mau cat rescue in Egypt that charges $100-200 for cats/kittens (which only covers their medical care), they just sent a kitten to America, so they can give you a shipping quote as well.
Another word that I hope isn't too far off topic. The Maus seem expensive, but that's only because they come already spayed/neuetered, shots, dewormings, etc (which easily runs $200-400 per cat depending on where you live), then when you factor in food and the breeders time invested and on and on, and then considering the care of the adult cats (and the ungodly costs of showing) they don't make any money - and if they do it's actual pennies on the hour.
Also consider: $600 for a new family member that will live 15 years, that's only $40 a year on your end for a kitty that's been health screened, with a health guarantee, and taken extremely good care of. Be careful, because a lot of times a good deal on a purebred turns into a sick cat.
End lecture (sorry).