Sterns just got to slow it down. Seems apparent they are trying to ram to many games down the line and have the same structure as before the three game a year commitment. These poor coders and designers and likely frustrated and stretched thin.
Normally when a company has a series of poor choices and mistakes, the bottom line reflects it. It's possible demand is up so much in pinball, that it may be masking these major issues from showing on the bottom line short term.
People have short memories generally, get the issues fixed(code, quality, communication), come out with a feature packed title and will be yesterdays news. Just like JJP's Dialed in release one year ago. If they don't step up their game on the LE's, JJP will dominate that price range in the years to come.