It's a fun game but it's pretty easy and can become a bit of a slog. Ramps are huge and tough to miss. All shots are tough to miss. Mick on a Stick gives it some randomness.
It's a decent game I like playin it every now and then but it's certainly not the most inspired Stern table. Also, theme integration is pretty poor. All of the artwork was repurposed from some other Stones product (I think it was a board game) which gives it all a very mediocre cut n paste feel that doesn't respect the Stones' long history (it's all circa 2002 art), and the whole package (audio, dots, art) comes off as pretty slap dash - especially compared to much more immersive rock band games like AC/DC or Metallica. Audio is basically some guy with a British accent doing uninspired callouts and a bunch of stones songs of varying quality post 1971 (so none of the great early hits).