The pins have been sitting idle. I haven't had time to play 1 game, the kids sports are overwhelming, in a good way. I'm glad they are active, and I'm glad we can afford to have them in club sports. The kids have lost interest in the game room so it's pretty much just me down here with 10 (working) games and a couple projects I don't have time for. I still really enjoy restoring games, especially left for dead or heavily routed garbage games. I still love playing the games when I can find the time, but I'll lock on to one or 2 games and play the crap out of them. 6 years ago I was brainstorming how I can fit more games and now I'm not sure why I need more than a few. Anyway, I've always wanted a Corvette, as long as I can remember. I've never actually driven one. I love the 70's Stingray. I'm thinking that may be a bad idea with no garage to work on the thing. Something newer and more reliable may be better for me. 2005 is the oldest body style I like, and they are somewhat affordable. Probably a lot more comfortable as well. I could dump 2 or 3 pins and end up with a small loan. Or I could dump 4 or 5 and pay for it outright. The concern is, I've rarely lost money on a pinball machine, most times, specially when routed games were abundant, I made a good chunk of change. I'll be turning all of that positive investment into something that is most definitely a negative investment. Another concern is storage. I'm in the Northeast, the best I can do is probably a car cover for the winter. My daily driver costs double what I'm going to spend on the Vette, and I'm not worried about garaging that. My last concern is turning my somewhat quiet game room investment into a fancy sports car. Most of the money that supports the game room came from the game room. The wife doesn't really know the difference between a handful of cheap games that I restored or repaired for profit to the collection I have now. Most of the cash has come from profit of flipping games, not the paycheck. Early 41 year old mid life crisis? Talk me out of ( or into) selling my games.