Quoted from MEuRaH:
Did you ever make a timeline of when you wanted to finish? If so, are you on schedule?
How much longer do you think it'll be?
Well, good question.
This is a part time project that I work on when I have some time too spend. Since this is the first time doing this, almost everything is taking more time than expected.
A couple of things are taking way more time: the playfield overlay, the playfield switch replacement and the graphics.
If I was going to do it again, I'd take the playfield to a local place and use their Cruse Table Scanner. It was going to be expensive, but it would have saved me a LOT of time and headaches getting the playfield overlay made.
Replacement playfield switches aren't available, so I have been rebuilding them from parts, one-by-one.
The graphics is going along pretty well now, I got a design program called "Affinity Designer" which I taught myself to use. Once I got up to speed with it, this part has been going pretty well.
My hope is to have the machine up and running well enough to take it to Pin-A-Go-Go in October. I estimate I have about 80 to 100 more hours to finish up with what I want to accomplish.