I made a thread about the generic playfields Stern is producing and reading the unfinished coding and quality issues threads two common retorts are
1. if you don't like this one, wait 3 months and another one will be out
2. we should be grateful we have this many pinballs available
thus saying that the quantity of new pinballs is somehow a good thing.
I thought about this and was reminded of a conversation from Ford vs Ferrari (I'm paraphrasing)
"We make more cars in a day than Ferrari makes in a year"
"Yeah but a Ferrari means something and a Ford doesn't"
I want my pinballs to be like Ferraris. I don't NEED a pinball every 3 months, that's just insane. But I want them to mean something, especially if it's going to cost me 6-10K !
So I have no idea why it is a good thing to produce pinballs at the current rate and quality.