Kind of joking. It's mostly great people here- helpful, great to chat with about pinball. BUT, if I took the advice of those here, I'd have a Tron or an Iron Man. People have said it before and it's oh so true. Pay NO attention to the Top 100. Pinball machines are a matter of taste and taste only.
I love my Rolling Stones machine and so many here are downright nasty regarding the game. I looked at old comments and one guy said something along the lines of the happiest day of your life is when you sell your Rolling Stones. As a one machine at a time guy, I broom machines pretty quickly-- some more quickly than others. But regardless, I've never regretted one of my 6 or so sales-- all great machines, except for Congo. I shouldn't have sold that one so soon.
Anyway, the Stones are here to stay for a while. If I could have a second machine, which I'm constantly teetering on, it could be even longer. I love the music, I love the software, and I love the way it plays. Is there any doubt that it's on the cheap side, construction-wise? No, there isn't.
But, it's a fun, fast-paced, in your face game. I've never had one that plays quite like this. People ARE right about that. That sort of game is perfect for the home environment when you can start another (short) game without having to drop any money into it. It's funny though, every now and then I can have a long ball, and then Mick pushes the next one into the drain immediately.
Anyway, I'm thrilled.