Quoted from TaylorVA:
If you are seriously all that concerned about it why not call JJP and just ask them? Speculating about it on a game you don't own or care to own seems like a waste of time. I would suspect anyone with half a brain would inquire about this before buying the game with the known issues.
This is what I find annoying about (some but more than a few) WOZ owners on Pinside. The constant playing of the "you don't own the game so why don't you just be quiet" card. This is a pinball forum, speculating about games is what we do here! It's not like I'm making shit up, Jack came here and said things pretty straight up. I've tried to be fair and honest about what I think would probably happen if you needed support, my guess is it will be there. But the waters are a little muddy.
I've picked up the phone to call Jack before, and it wasn't that hard to get him on the line, but am I gonna do it now? No, you're right, I don't care enough to go through that trouble. I'm sure it will come to light sooner rather than later.
I probably won't own a WOZ, but not because I don't think it's a good game or I'm some kind of hater. As good as it is, there enough issues or things I'm not in love with (the music being a big one, LED technical issues aside) that I just can't see spending the kind of money it commands now, even Standards are $8k. That's too much money to compromise. I'm hoping to play it some more this weekend though, and I'm definitely a potential Hobbit owner if they can really nail it on enough levels to make me swallow the price. So yeah, I'm following JJP, and have my own opinions on the company and how they do business.
WOZ owners should care the most, it's your resale value that's affected, why don't you pick up the phone?