Quoted from tracelifter:
I think supply on games will outstrip demand and we will see prices falling across the board.
Space and price are big issues and if the secondary market games stop moving no space or cash for the new titles.
I never though the bubble would happen, but the problem now is with all the pinball hobbiest money not being kept with in the community, and getting sucked up by companies. This will eventually lead to less money with all the hobbiests, and drag down the value of all machines.
Gary will retire happy lighting his cigars with $100 bills while laughing thinking "I've already copied everything from the start, now rethemed 90s machines into new sterns and raised prices, now just cranking out old machines and raising prices again, I bet I could re-invent the fucking wheel and sell it to these morons and charge 10k".