Quoted from meSz:
Like anything it's a matter of preference. If you're a purest then no the RadCals aren't for you. They're very much are visible in person as they have such a high glass finish to them as the artwork is printed on the reverse side of the plastic (forget the exact name of the material). Basically it looks as though you painted the cabinet and then put a few coats of clear-coat on it. If you scratch them, you scratch the plastic and not the artwork.
I have them on my Hobbit and they look really nice. Are they worth the price .... again up to the person buying.
What you should be really questioning is the stack of playfields that Chris has in the back of his photo. The guy is a hoarder and no wonder people are looking for playfields
There is one very big benefit of the radcals which isn’t mentioned here.
It’s like placing new decals for dummies on a cabinet. The radcals are much thicker and don’t need any special threatment of the cabinet besides being more or less flat. The thickness compensates it anyway. Also no need to remove the siderails as the are aligned against them, not under them.
Without any previous experience you will be able to have new decals on your cabinet within a matter of hours. Main work is removing the coindoor and the screws which go Through your cabinet and backbox. Once that done the placing of the radcals can be like minutes per radcal.