I stopped up at Time Warp with a pal the other day to play your WOZ. It looked brand new, squeaky clean, fresh out of the box. If that has 4000 plays on it in a month, you're doing a heck of a job keeping it clean! It was my first time playing a 75th anniversary edition, and the game looked great. I like the red trim and the topper is nicer than the stock green one on the other versions of the game. There also seemed to be some additional toys stuck around the playfield. Not sure if those are part of the package or aftermarket mods.
The game room is nice and spacious and you have a good variety of things to play, but I specifically drove out there to play WOZ and honestly I was pretty disappointed. My main complaint with your game is that the GI was very dark and the rest of the room is already so dimly lit that it was very hard to see. If there's an adjustment for GI brightness, it definitely needs to be turned up. Otherwise, maybe look into some spotlights or different bulbs that will spread more light in the center of the lower playfield.
Issues that need serviced on the game...
- Every time you flip it scores 1 point and makes a "ding" sound. It shouldn't be this way. Not only is it super obnoxious to listen to, but it also scores points before the ball is in play which renders the ball save useless. The flippers are triggering a switch somewhere that needs to be fixed.
- Drop target to the upper playfield is broken. It never pops up, so you can just keep shooting that VUK over and over to get back to completing RESCUE up top with no risk at all. Boring...
- Winged monkey dropped the ball every time it was supposed to carry it up top.
- I like location games to be audible, but the volume was so loud that it was really annoying. The "ding" every time I flipped definitely contributed to the problem. I'd imagine the staff and anyone else near the game hates it too.
After 2 games the "ding" sound really grated on us and we decided the game wasn't fun to play in its current condition, so we took off. We actually ended up playing the beater World Poker Tour at the pizza joint next door which also lasted about 2 games.
It sounds like you're doing well enough with your regular customers who may not know the game is kind of messed up, but I just wanted to give my honest review. If you get the game fixed up, post and let us know. I'd like to go back and play it some more if it's working properly. Also those ball bowlers looked nice, but they were in use so we didn't get to check them out. Next time.