It's really cool seeing a small company like this do so well with their game, and do it in an efficient, no stress way. Order the game, they build it as soon as they can and ship it to you.
It reminds me of how in the 80's there were lots of little companies everywhere making arcade games, they'd come up with a concept and then try to get their piece of the pie. I guess there were only a few pinball companies that were relatively small like that, but it's still really cool to see the old-school way of doing things work out for Spooky Pinball. Cool to see something (anything!) that's still made in America, too.