The above have it but perhaps you shouldn't dismiss right away. The first few days I had mine I couldn't stop playing. It can be very fast and it feels often like you are on a half-playfield. One ramp, two orbits, left wheel lane, and the pop bumper lane plus three standing targets actually can make this game feel like it has a strange flow. I, too, am interested in seeing how the whole DP Bride 2.0 comes out. However it won't change the layout of the game, just add rules, change music, add modes. It does look like it will substantially change the feel of longer play. It can be fun or punishing and definitely has one of the best art/sound packages of any pin. I'm considering selling mine to fund a DM, Centaur, or would even consider a trade for a Space Shuttle but not sure just yet. If you can get a decent price, go for it. Despite the negatives, there seem to always be buyers for this title and with the dutch pinball project possibly to come out soon, the price will probably rise (if it is an effective P-ROCing).