Quoted from emkay:
Pinball PA is pretty incredible, I would guess they're well over that 120 pin number and have some seriously rare titles. Most of the early Sterns (Star Gazer, Viper, Iron Maiden, Catacomb, Orbiter 1, Quicksilver, etc), a Joust head-to-head, probably the only Williams Thunderball on location anywhere, etc. Some Stern LEs like TRON Legacy, a Hercules... and their arcade titles are equally impressive - Discs of TRON Environmental, Omega Race cockpit, lots of rare cabaret games, etc. Unfortunately the owner is a real jackass and it makes it hard for me to want to spend money there even though my wife's family lives in the area and we're usually out there at least once a year.
It really is amazing. The other day I was on the Stern site and tried out their pin locator, didn't realize half the bars in Lancaster city now have a new Stern or two on location. When I lived down there, Laserdome was pretty much the only place with new Sterns and then some stray 90's pins here and there (Hurricane at a dive bar in Lititz, Junkyard at a bowling alley in Mt. Joy, that sort of thing). My wife works in New Holland and she and some of her co-workers go to Shooter's Crossing after work, now her co-workers are regularly texting her their best scores on whatever new Stern they have (so far: Mustang, Aerosmith, Walking Dead, Star Wars, now Deadpool I think) and one of them has started hitting bars on her drive home that have pins. Shit is live!
Wait, Shooters Crossing has a pin? Let me know which one and I'll update the pin maps. I try to keep the Lancaster pin locations up to date, and have managed to add a half dozen or so in the last year.