I have a moderately planked/worn play field on a D&D I just acquired, which is ok since it has given me an excuse to practice some touch up work without having to worry too much. I've pretty much got it looking like a nice player, and am happy with it in the short run.
I have a fairly good spare play field as well, and it was always my intention to get my spare play field professionally (or at least more professional than me!) restored/clearcoated. That said, while it hasn't been announced I understand CPR has artwork for the D&D and I'm hoping it in their long range plans.
What I'm trying to figure out is if it's worth waiting for a CPR that may eventually come (I'd very likely get a gold) or if I should not hold out and just start planning on a good resto?
My only real thoughts are so far on the pro-CPR side are given the number of inserts with text on them on this machine, it would be a challenge for someone as a restore, and on the pro-restore side not having to worry about dimples, etc. in the course of me doing the play field swap.
I'm curious to hear thoughts and experiences on both sides. Thanks!