Quoted from Tranquilize:
That doesn't mean Robin and crew shouldn't do their best to try to help alleviate these issues. For example, averaging models helps to calm the excessive ratings of LE owners. To me, this would be common sense design. I Like it or not, the top 100 is the most popular part of pinside, and I felt that before the model
ranking issue, the list was pretty representative of what I consider to be the great, good, average, not so good and garbage machines. Now it has the disease of every new LE in the top 20...
I agree with all that. In the meantime almost all my nib purchases have been made from pinside top 100 comments and rankings because no where near me to play.
I wish some company would open up within 200 miles of me and have all 3 models on display so I could see first hand what you get for the extra money.
As far as my ratings, and I have not rated much, I gave JJPPOTC a 10 with no comment. The reason is I have 4 games in the top 10, and 3 never gets played anymore since POTC came into the lineup. 2 friends does still love AC/DC and I would actually sell that game now if they did not like it so much. MET never gets played anymore(nor does the rest), but I would never get rid of it because of Sparky and the hammer is just too cool IMO.