OK, all in all I like it.
Only things that stand out to me ("usual" GI as an extra was allready known) is RM mentioning what his design additions were (...ok) and that the Ned Toy in the Arcade Edition is static (bummer).
I like being able to "upgrade" the other toys, something people would loved from Stern to get the official Groot Hands for their GotG Pro.
The playfield underbelly seems incredibly packed for a modern machine. Wich is kinda nice but they need to cost optimize. There is too much stuff in there to be competitive to a Stern Pro and still make a decent margin. (Wich is propably why the don't want to involve distributors.)
In addition you can hear the fans in the video, when he lifts it.
He promises a finished game and free updates for one year, so I have no problem with their subscription model.
Maybe they should change it to charge per Download in the Homebrew section in a way that the developer get's a piece of the cake as well, so everyone wins.
Infinite new DLC for customers, by Homebrew-Developers who can make a dime with it as well, and DR inbetween cashing in with a margin.