you got it man... ill have some pics up this afternoon / evening. got the pin all set up last night (thanks to my buddy sean).
the pin was packed up real well. the gold trim actually looks better in person. strange thing was that the gold leg bolts were located inside the coin door in the coin box. this became a little bit of a pain since we had the pin on its back, had to cut that strap (that wraps around the pin) and in turn can drop the head right over. luckily it all went smoothly. i think im just used to the usual stern method where the bolts are packed in with the legs.
we had to remove the rubber bands from the castle, cut the two straps under the pf for the trolls, then boot up the machine. once powering on the machine, it takes a good 5 seconds for the game to "power on" (scared me a bit since im used to the stern games that instantly boot up!). it starts with the loading screen on the dmd, then the back box lights up, then finally the pf lights come on. the back box has a very interesting white plastic casing that holds all the internal lights for the backbox lighting.
i was super impressed with the initial led pf lighting. the led's def have that "pulsating" feel you get with the old school incadescents. the felt not quite as bright as the stern "in yo face" lights.
my two kids got there first games in on the pin last night and they loved it. my 6 six year old son even destroyed the castle, started one of the multiballs, and even got the trolls going too. i was a proud papa
very stoked on this pin!! all you guys gettting your mmrle's in the near distant future are going to be very happy with your purchase.