G. Christensen recently announced Lisp Cabinet, which is like Lispbox, but is more cabinety:
Lisp Cabinet is a set of configuration files, tools and utilites bundled with automated installer to deliver full-fledged Emacs based Lisp development environment for Microsoft Windows. Yes, there is Lispbox, and it works pretty well, but it lacks such important feature as ASDF-INSTALL. Futhermore, set of Lispbox Lisp implementaitons for Windows is quite limited, and you should download distinct verisions of Lispbox to use several Lisps simultaneously (but of course, you can configure them manually, if you need).
Go check it out.