Quoted from JonH123:
I've never seen one with a good playfield. It's better to lock in a new playfield and just assume your game will need it when you find one.
I found this one in June of 2015 (my first ever pin) that had been sitting in a garage untouched since 1999.
I know it's not perfect by no means and I'm no pro, but, I consider this playfield to be "good".
Especially if I had someone to remove the mylar, clean/touch it up and clear coat it or whatever the pros do to them.
......Don't get me wrong, if I had $800 plus to spear I would be in for a new one myself. never know, things may change, tomorrow is a new day.