I think that there is a special place in Hell for the engineers who put together the X-Files playfield. I am in the process of swapping out the bulbs for led's. You have to take apart more than half the playfield just to replace a few light bulbs. I saved the GI for last. I had noticed that most of the GI sockets were accessible from below the playfield and the ones I saw were just held in with screws. So I stupidly put the upper playfield back together so I could more easily lift and lower the playfield during the swap out. Then I find out that most of the GI sockets are stapled to the bottom of the playfield like some 1979 Bally game. So now I have to take the playfield apart again. ARRRGH!! Special place in Hell!! There is no excuse for making a game so difficult to service! No wonder so many of these games on location have half their bulbs burnt out.