Maybe one day we can get over feeling special for having something like a pinball machine that other people aren't able to obtain.
While I'm sure they want to move onto the next great idea, 300 is a really low number. Even if only 2/3 of the people who jumped are serious, and 1/2 the people on the waitlist are serious, they need to run at least 600 to come close to demand.
However, like AMH, first I play the game, then I decide if I like it, then I decide if I want to buy it. If they want to switch up that order in any way, they lost a customer. If they only want to make limited bunches, they could be fine with that.
I decided I was interested in AMH after I played it, and by then it was too late. I'll get over it, and they seem happy to limit their production, so I'm personally not sure if I'll ever own a pinball they make.
Which is a shame, if RZ is as good as AMH, I'd want one.
It's odd, to almost have to beg someone to take $6,000.
That's how I feel about it. Not judging them, if it works for them, they are doing what they need to do, and so am I.
I've got the means to buy RZ, I'd like to play and decide, it just seems like that should translate to a sale, but I have a feeling it won't in this case.
Quoted from benheck:
Plus RZ isn't a hard limit of 300 like AMH was.
Quoted from Aurich:
But I can see some bitching from some, so I'd probably clarify that as the policy before it's built, just to avoid any pissed of people.