JPop's presentation started off in a more generic manner, almost as if he was giving a talk to non-pinball people, with an elaborate history of pinball and his role, etc. But eventually he got around to discussing some meat-and-potatoes issues.
Among other things, I took away from the presentation:
* He is very impressed with JJP and WOZ. It's almost as if he was really surprised at how innovative they were.
* He originally planned to have a DMD with MG but then scrapped it and decided to go with a LCD
* He's positioning the LCD in a configuration similar to the DMD in CV
* Even though a lot in the pinball community think JPop is the "master" and Ben Heck is more of a "hack", JPop was quick to point out that Ben Heck has exposed him to a lot more innovative approaches, technology and other things and Ben Heck is a major factor in the development of the games.
* JPop is using P-ROC as his platform
* He says he will release the source code to the game and make it "open source"
* He tried to get Python Anghelo to come on board but Python said his project was "too small" to be of interest (which I translate to "didn't offer Python enough money ; )
* JPop confirmed that he's been funding the development of the project with the pre-orders. (unlike JJP who basically has the cash to fund the development autonomously)
* Even though he's being secretive of the game development, he maintains that once his buyers visit his shop and see his operation, they have faith that he will deliver.