Anyone who's been paying any attention lately knows about the ridiculously high prices some sellers are putting on their games...JJP POTC's for $20K to $40K, Tron LE for $25K, etc. But even ones no longer considered exorbitant are crazy high...newer games regularly going for between $10K and $15K. Of course the market dictates prices and anyone is free to ask whatever they want for a game. But I'm wondering if this Wild West of pricing is ultimately hurting the hobby. Is it destined to become only a "rich man's hobby"? Will there be a normalization of prices eventually? Will these high prices prevent new blood from joining the hobby, thereby damaging pinball's future? I don't think any pinhead wants to see the dark days of the late 90s/early 2000s return. I hope we are not hastening that return with these crazy prices. Anyone have any thoughts on this?