Quoted from Hwawonyu:
My God! Who looks at this stuff or cares. You guys need to just play more and have fun. Charts and data are for work!!
Audits help determine the behavior of the game. I check audits periodically to make sure that I am providing a great playing experience. If ball times are low I will adjust posts, up ball saver, maybe adjust game software features. Have heavy drains on one side of the machine versus the other? Check to make sure the game is level and if it is adjust that sides out lane posts. You want return customers so things like these are important.
One of the biggest adjustments on TWD is swapping the thinner stern rubber post of a thicker WMS/BLY post rubber to the left of the crossbow/tank ramp. This stops the ball from doing center drains coming out of the pop bumpers. Blue locktight on the screws that hold the anti-loft plastic in place above the bicycle girl ramp. Adjusting the gap on the bicycle girl ramp. Adjusting the tilt a little looser than normal so that a player can effectively work the machine. It's small stuff but the feedback from the players has been really positive.