Quoted from derek533:
I swear if this thing said Bally/Williams on it, it would be rated higher and not be such a bargain in bang for buck.
I disagree, and not meaning to throw salt on your thread either. I had one of these, and absolutely loved the look of it, the shots, the bat cave, how it came out LED'd (a must given the poor lighting for incandescent) but the rules are too shallow and repetitive. 7 mode inserts only, with one being an extra ball and another being the classic DE/sega exact same repetitive vid mode. I could almost do the vid mode with my eyes closed by the end.
For home use, the tight shots offered by this machine and MSF would be a nice touch with the right rules. The DMD animations were great for utilizing the larger DMD. The final mode is hard to get to, but was not well tested, as getting the Forever super jackpot requires you to load the cannon, while it is moving, and in multiball, however, this allows for the ball to get stuck between the cannon when it's extended and jam it. This happened on my first time there, and totally killed my excitement for finally getting there, as I had to take apart the cannon to repair it, as it no longer worked.
With a big revision to the rules, keeping a lot of what is there now for sure, as the modes are fun and very difficult (other than the vid), I think it could be a very good machine. Definitely a crowd pleaser, as everyone that came over was drawn to it. But as it stands, I think it falls short for longevity.