Quoted from Soulrider911:
Hmm.. interesting semantics you offer... but your comment appears to have a negative connotation to it? Sorry if i'm taking it wrong.
But I'm still calling this a restoration. Just because I had a cabinet made does not change the fact that its a "restoration." Per your statement would then indicate any person doing a "restore" that used a new playfield, or any "new" parts for that fact would not be doing a restoration?... and I disagree with that.
The word restoration means restoring something to a previous or IMPROVED state. If you don't agree maybe email Webster
oh if you are going to reference Webster, try to check it first:
: an act of restoring or the condition of being restored: such as
a : a bringing back to a former position or condition
: something that is restored especially : a representation or reconstruction of the original form (as of a fossil or a building)
oh heres restore also:
re·store | \ri-ˈstȯr
Definition of restore
1 : give back, return
2 : to put or bring back into existence or use
3 : to bring back to or put back into a former or original state : renew
4 : to put again in possession of something
Nothing about "improved" which is a highly subjective measure anyway.