Got everything put back together save the clear guards which I'm kinda considering leaving off since they're yellowed badly. Still a lot of work to do as I have no individually addressable lamps, pop bumper, or slings working yet. But, you can play a game on it now which is more than I could say for the past several years.
The repro playfield was worth every penny. It looks amazing and the quality of the art and clear is tops. Few spots where the dimpling was a bit off but that's to be expected for anything with as much variation in production as a pin. Only real disaster I had during the swap was having a spot where two screws met coming from the top and bottom of the PF and I had the one coming down from the top break off... Made a real mess of that to get it cleared out and create a spot to put a small machine screw through to anchor both items together, it's ugly but thankfully under a bunch of other mechs and plastics so I'm the only one who'll know my shame To anyone else making this swap, be careful with the stuff under the bank of flashers mid-playfield on the right side!