Overall I had a great time. I visited on Wednesday and Friday last week, both in the early afternoon. It was pretty busy on Wednesday and extremely busy on Friday (I guess people were going there to get away from Black Friday shenanigans). I was playing mainly EMs while I was there....nothing negative to report there.
On Friday I was there with the wife...she wanted to play a few of the modern machines, so we played a few games on AFM. The second game we played...I happened to get a ball stuck on a broken plastic under the main saucer. I attempted to shake it loose a few times before looking for assistance. I flagged down a volunteer and he followed me over to the game. He then tried to shake the machine and after failing to get the ball free....he went on the look out for Beth. Beth returned...and after shaking the machine again....and then lifting the game up from the front about 3 inches and putting it down to no avail...she got the keys out and removed the glass and reached for the ball...and immediately placed between the flippers into the ball trough.
Of course this would only happen on a good game. Not mad since I was able to finish the game....the alternative would have been to turn the machine off and get a refund. It had a ColorDMD and the 3_D translite.
So glad this place remains open for people to enjoy...there were a few EMs that were there previously that must have been cycled out for others...but other than that a lot of fun. On a side note...the 9-10 times I have visited the PHOF since they have moved into their current building, CV has never be operable....and this time it was placed over to the side out of a row where I had usually seen it sit. Maybe one day it will be back...to get my quarters. (I do own one, but love playing them in the wild too).