I saw there is already a post by someone who had a bad experience with Treasure Cove. I just wanted to mention that I had a similar experience. I bought a Scared Stiff from them for close to $7000 and this game was not really restored. Just a paint touch up and service. Once I got it home, after a week or two, is when I started noticing problems with lights not working. Many of the multi pin connectors were severely corroded or disintegrated from what I guessed was a salt air environment. I had to hire a local pinball repair person and pay a small fortune to get it fixed. When you buy from Treasure Cove they do not give you a warranty and make you pay a non refundable deposit. Your best bet is to fly out there and inspect the game first before any money is exchanged.