I used to play a DW at 3rd st. Diner when I was in college. I worked as a bartender in undergraduate school and after work we would head out to an after hours club. Around 6am we would roll out to the diner. They always had a pin but the one I remember was DW. I would play it plastered out of mind until my breakfast came. Fking daleks.
I don't know why I chose DW to be my next pin but it is one that was on my radar and popped up locally for a decent price(in todays inflated market). I am paying for almost all of the restore off of money I made selling my remote battery holders. I don't have a ton of money to go towards the hobby, I have a couple of young kids that I'd much rather spend my money on, so doing little things like the holders and playfield rails keep me in this hobby.
I don't like playing on beat to shit games so the first thing I did was text Chris(HEP) to see if he would do the playfield and after saying yes I couldn't tear the playfield apart fast enough.
I haven't done shit with this game but once the playfield landed earlier than expected it is time to get into high gear.
Thanks again to Chris Hutchins. His work is always an inspiration and I frankly feel lucky to consider him a friend, his consideration towards how a game plays is often lost on how he can make a game look.
My apologies for the rambling. I'm into my third beer and am waxing nostalgic on some old DC hardcore.