Quoted from mnpinball:
There are three versions of The Munsters. Aside from each having distinct cabinet art, the Premium and Limited Edition versions contain some extra goodies under the glass; most significantly there's a sunken, mini-playfield under the center of the main playfield. It has miniature flippers, it's own tiny ramp and even a wireform with an upkicker. Stern's press release also points out the sunken playfield has its own multiball mode. The Pro mode does not have a sunken mini-playfield, but all three versions share the following features:
A left ramp that lifts up to reveal a Spot toy you can bash with the ball (Spot is the Munster family's pet dragon).
A right ramp that stern describes as a "turn-around, flip-up ramp".
A large Herman Munster with a magnet to catch and toss the ball around.
A "Zap" button.
A scoop with a built in metal protector (pinball owners will be relieved to hear this, these traditionally naked wood scoops are the main point of wear on many playfields).
Each version has unique cabinet art, but the Premium version has a full black-and-white art package.
The now-standard monitor in the backbox with custom graphics and scenes from The Munsters sitcom.
Watch the teaser for The Munsters Pinball below.
Limited edition production of 500 units.
The above quote, the op and the basis for this thread, was just copied and pasted from this article on IGN:
No link back. No quotation marks. This isn't a press release copied here, it's an article, with a byline.
Why do I care? Because that's my byline. I'm an active member of this community. It should be obvious, but I would really appreciate a link back and credit for the things I write when they are shared on Pinside. It's my job, and I take it as seriously as we all take this hobby. Thanks.