Based on your other games I would steer clear of 60's and early 70's games for the most part. There are a few exceptions of course but getting a pin that 75 or newer may have DC powered flippers and bumpers that will have the kick you are used to. There has been some good advise about just looking at CL in your area for something cheap and working...I would add to that also checking the game on the pinball database and reading the reviews. Sure these reviews can often be BS but more than half of them are honest comments both pro and con about a specific game you might be considering. If you find yourself in Nj check out Silverball Arcade...they have a nice assortment of EM pins and most of them play fairly well...at least half of them.