Pinball News recently wrote up a great review of the assembly process at Chicago Gaming with lots of great pics!
I can’t wait for mine to ship, especially after seeing the number of completed pins in the storeroom. After seeing the photos of the playfield silk screening process I can appreciate how time intensive the process is. I did not realize that they inspect each playfield after every layer of ink but that makes sense, why continue printing if it’s flawed. The results are amazing, my MBr looks fantastic! The level of quality is why I’m buying a MMr for my second NIB purchase and holding off on getting a Stern JP.