Aloha RC! I haven't cataloged the repaints yet. We've come up with a good method but even so it is still under continual refinement. We also did a 2001 with original colors... turned out gorgeous w/perfect alignment of the somewhat challenging cabinet artwork. I'll have some pics soon after TPF this weekend.
My Paradise tiki-retheme won't begin until mid-2017 at the earliest. Way too many projects going on right now. But one of our fellow "VECTORIANS" (our local pinball group at the Dallas Makerspace) has stripped a Student Prince and is re-themeing it head to toe in a tiki-bar motif. It will be at TPF in our booth this year. Here's his Pinside thread: https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/new-tiki-themed-wooden-pop-bumper-caps
Paradise doesn't have any gobble holes. That's the same side->side->side->kickout mechanism on Kings & Queens and Sing Along. Though for me Paradise is the one to get for the fan-freaking-tastic artwork, hula girl backglass animation, 2-player option, and hey it's the first game ever designed with return lanes so you get a little history too. But that cab... ugh... no. Makes no sense. Has to go.
Yeah, I'd totally redo that Paul Bunyan with custom stencils. It needs something with tall trees and a river and maybe a deer or two (or Babe!). Something like a landscape panorama similar to El Dorado or Klondike. I'd put a tall tree near the back of the cab all the way up the side of the backbox for perspective. Suitably Bunyan-esque, no?