so I've passed the spatial capacity of my pinball den and while my wife hasn't freaked out too much, I've been displaying my EMs that aren't being played by stacking the head on the cabinet upright on a dolly. I rotate the players and cleaning every few months. It works okay, but the PF is upside down and it's the artwork of the PF and BG that I bought them for (other than the torture of them shorty flippers). I'm working on a jig for the dolly that displays the cab upright-- And has the glass 90 degrees vertical... with a graphic foam core print over the connection portion. Has anyone else entered such madness?? I like my 60s games and won't sell them but need to have more SS operational more regularly. I'd also love to jumper the transformer to the socket that lights the BG if anyone knows the constant answer to that.