Quoted from GotAQuestion:
It includes a shaker motor, invisiglass, printed manual, and all the playfield toys. For these reasons alone, yes it's worth the money. And yes, Invisiglass is amazing. Keep it clean (don't remove it with bare hands, or have some Sparkle glass cleaner on hand) and the name is true - it's more or less completely invisible.
Subjectively, the ruby red is beautiful, looks much better than the standard, and should also retain a higher asking price than the standard (though I would never sell mine).
I would recommend seeing what PinballSTAR sells their 75ths for. They tend to have really good prices and fast shipping. I bought my WoZRR from JJP directly and if I were to do it again, I'd go through PinballSTAR.
TLDR: Considering the cost of the bonus features, ignoring everything else, yes it's worth it.
Thanks for the kind words... We always do try to have great pricing, games pre-bought in stock or ready to go at factory so no wait / quick shipping, and excellent service / communication before and after the sale... Equally pleased this post came from someone who isn't even a customer yet - very cool.. We work hard and do alot in the pinball community - huge booths at shows, parties, charity work, donations of prizes to tournaments, etc... so thank you... : )
We are distributors for JJP (WOZ, Hobbit, Dialed In), Planetary Pinball (MMR, upcoming AFMR), Spooky Pinball (AMH, RZ, and upcoming #3), VP Cabs (Vertigo, Wizard, Mini), Chicago Gaming (Arcade Legends, etc...)
Email us for our current for sale price list - super dooper lower than ever pricing going on now on Hobbits for a short time while current supplies last !