A friend of mine came over recently with his son, who had played pinball only on his Nintendo. He proceeded to lose a lot of balls in attempt to cradle them by holding the flipper up, but we watched the ball roll all the way past the tip and then into the drain. It was funny to me because I knew that probably worked 100% on fake video pinball. I used to play Visual Pinball before getting a real one, but at least it got me interested enough to buy a real one. Of course then the addiction ensued and now I can't park in the garage for all the games.