My name is Ron Sommers and I was fortunate enough to be hired by Williams Electronic Games in 1989, just prior to their 90's boom in business. I was in charge of Purchasing and helped save the compnay a bunch of money on each game. I saved over $1 Million dollars in 1989. For that, I was given a BOP, which I later sold to Terry at Pinball Life. Prior to its design, I heard we were designing an Indiana Jines pinball machine. I had just seen the movie, and came up with the idea for what I called the Jehovah Stones. I have my original sketch on graph paper. It was in the same playfield location and had the same basic design as the one that made it into the game. I also had an idea to have the ball appear to look like it was going to fall off the mini playfield as it neared the player, but a coil would fire a wire form across the void. That would be the "Leap of Faith", and the ball would then be stored in the Holy Grail ball lock, for Holy Grail Multiball. That never mde it to the game, but a patent was issued for the flipper controlled mini playfield, later called the Path of Adventure. After the patent was applied for by the game designer and mechanical engineer, I caught wind of it, and was pissed. The patent was amended, and I was given my IJ prototype machine. Roger Sharp wanted to send mine to Lucas Films, but I had already chosen this one.