Wow!! .... that means, displays with a big v cut out the top section!
Wouldn't it just be so much Next Level cooler if they actually Did that!!
Raise the regular apron up to nearer the glass and make the entire top surface one of those shaped displays, then you could potentially have touchscreen running from the standard pinball glass, using one of the potential optical techniques... or less prefered, with a replacable bonded external overlay etc.. Then shelf parts for the lockdown. Much easier to look at.
Now that Would be kinda innovative, and perhaps more Practical to Impliment as well as less intrusive to the player. Depends on the cost of these displays, really.
Perhaps they could convert to that Now, and save a whole Bunch of money in the process.... as well as blow everyones socks off, actual!
Instead of re-building on "pinbar" and chasing down a restricted direction .... kinda start again from scratch with some new outlooks. RM, let everyone you pay for their expertise make some actual bigger collective decisions.
Like the backbox too, could surely be so much better, given the effort already taken... Mostly the white vertical stripes on the bends of the translite? WtaF?? ...Why? . . If it is because the art is printed on, then the plastic folded with heat, then what could be a better alternative?
Maybe, Slightly more radius bent to un-printed clear sheet, then use a translite seperate for the art which can countinue unbroken all the way from side to side.
If you want to dazzle with a wrap-around backbox, why do it in a basically half baked way?. Pinbar, same.