Quoted from Pinfidel:
That was eabundy's machine. He ALWAYS has his pins running nice, dialed in and more than fairly priced. GREAT seller!
Thanks guys! I do my best. Bring my level and set them up the way I like to play them. I usually use LEDs but walk around them and make sure none have direct eye contact. Other games I take them out. Nascar I had a bunch in, but after looking it over decided I only liked them in the far back to accent the truck, and the track a little, the rest was standard lighting. Same thing happened with the striker extreme, I didn't like the LEDs in it, and pulled them. I couldn't find a setup I liked with it.
People talking about the person playing loud music I think it was coming from the Juke Boxes setup in the back of the hall. I was working on a machine and kinda liked hearing Elvis once in awhile, was a good change up while doing some repairs.
Side note / Idea. How about having a pinball repair and or staging area away from the general free play section. If your machine is going to take awhile to fix have an area to pull it and work on it. This way it won't cause congestion and or interfere with other people playing games nearby. I know while I was working on Striker I had a guy playing Harley and it was less than comfortable for either of us.