Not that Spooky needs defending from you people, but I'm going to do so anyway because this thread is almost totally full of crap.
We know Spooky makes pins that are fun, fairly simple, low production/rare and around $6k. This looks to be another one. So, what's the problem?
Those of you thinking a boutique, low production pin can or should be cheap is joking themselves. Those of you expecting a boutique, low production $6k pin to be loaded with complicated, interactive toys and mechanisms is joking themselves even harder. This is not a mass market pin. The idea here is not to magically offer equivalent pricing and features as a Stern Pro with only 300 being made. Those of you seeking "low price" and "loaded playfields" should already know to look elsewhere. This pin is not for you.
This is a good-looking pin, it has a cool theme, it will have a rarity and collectibility factor that Stern Pros/Prems do not, and it will probably sell just fine, mostly to collectors. I see no problem here.
Lastly, since when does a playfield have to be loaded with crap for a pin to be good, or fun? I generally find the opposite to be true. I'd much rather be playing simple pins like Iron Man, Tron, Rob Zombie and Whoa Nellie than the JJP pins, or TZ, or TOTAN. A simple layout is not something to knock. How about play it and see if it's fun. Isn't that what matters most?
I said my piece. Continue with the bitchathon.