I had Super Bands on Pinbot and White Water from Wednesday to Sunday. The good, they did hold up well. The pics below show the shooting faces and tips of the two lower flipper rubbers. One is 700+game dirty, the other is after cleaning. There was no noticeable wear on them from the balls. The not as good. In White water in particular they played much different than the blue rubber I usually use. When 1st installed the lost mine kickout would only get about 3mm of bounce and the ball would settle onto the right flipper. After ~70 games the mine kickout did rebound to the left flipper. I cleaned the flipper and then once again had only a few mm of bounce. I think is this because the lost mine put the ball in play with backspin and the ball would hit the tacky surface and essentially push itself into the PF losing its energy. At the end of expo 700+ games it was back to rebounding to the left flipper. After fixing the mine popper, which blew up several times at expo I took some video which isn't edited yet but should be in the near future. The mine is now kicking out much harder so even the clean superbands are bouncing to the left flipper, but as the video will show its much less rebound than the regular rubber.