Well said Mr Wilson. I only own two EM machines but with that being said I appreciate them and other pins completey. One particular pin might not be another's cup of tea but we must remember there are MANY other things ( especially less expensive things ) people could be doing other than spending money on this more addictive than crack hobby. Though that thought was probably in the back of my head, you were spot on by saying that this is a person (s) heart and soul going into designing, creating, marketing, and selling pins. I appreciate EVERY pin that I've been able to see or play. They are all unique in their own right and to a degree are expressions of people and their talents. Keep in mind one thing folks, pinball machines though popular with a majority of us ( I'm sure that they're are more middle aged people collecting these not in the 20 yrs. of age realm ) that would find in more cost effective to pick up an Xbox or PlayStation than a pinball (cheaper too hehe. ) If nothing else i'm sure we can ALL agree upon is the price of some of these but that's another thread.