Hooray-- Swords of Fury was the first pinball machine I ever bought, got one for $500 back in 1997 that a guy dropped off at my house, even-- he had managed to shoehorn it inside the hatchback of his little car. It was beat to hell and back but it's worked solid for the most part, save of course the GI issues that every System 11 seems to have. It's probably one of the easiest machines of its era to win free games on, since once you master the upper playfield you can get that special pretty easily. Several times I've managed to get the special before the ball ever made it to the lower playfield.
What I do on mine, since rolling it over isn't all that hard, is that I set it to reset the high scoreboard every 250 games (the minimum number) and then my goal is always to fill the scoreboard with 9,999,999s before it resets the next time. I haven't managed to roll it over twice yet (maxed out at about 18M) but I will do that eventually.
Has anyone figured out for certain what makes the Titan Tunnel spinner advance in value? That was the one thing I couldn't figure out for sure when I wrote the rules sheet for Swords a number of years ago, and I still don't have it completely nailed down yet.