I'm getting ready to go on the market for my second pin and wanted to get some opinions. It's definitely going to be a pre-1990 SS, and probably a Steve Ritchie. Here's what I'm considering:
Firepower: this is where I'm leaning. It's like owning a little piece of pinball history, and I like the game from playing it a little bit on location. I'm wondering if it's too simple though- I like simple games, but this one might get old quick. Also, would a 1980 game likely be a lot more repair-intensive than one from later in the 80s?
F-14 Tomcat: seems like a good alternative if I don't go with a Firepower, but probably twice as expensive.
High Speed: this is one of my all-time favorites, but I'm leaning against it since I've played it so much on location (and still play it). That said, I'm tempted and it seems like there's potential to make it a completely different game by changing the settings. Any experiences with buying a game that you've already played the crap out of enough to know inside and out?