I want to thank everyone who brought pins to the show for free play. Until you bring games to a show, you really don't realize how much work it is. I brought 3 games, 2 for free play and one pre-sold. I was lucky enough to get free access to a 6' by 12' trailer which made things a little easier, I still had to haul all 3 pins from the basement. Also brought some backglasses and pf's. I didn't get to bed until almost 3 am Fri and left the house 6:30 am to get to Allentown and set up for Friday's show. Stayed till 9 pm and was back 8:30 am Sta. I brought and sold my first game F2K, I was pleasantly surprised to see how many guys actually like F2K, also the Nine ball was big hit.
I got to see and play some great games that I havn't seen before. I especially liked "redeyes" BK2K, Chad's T2 and Jim's restored Taxi. There was also a real nice restored HS there. I see some familiar faces there every year, hopefully will find out who they are one of these years LOL.
Pinfest 2014 was awesome!