Should you? Well yes. Probably. If you have the money. Or get a pre-owned one. Or whatever. Do whatever you want. It’s your money. Stop pressuring me with questions, and read the article by Buffalo Pinball.

As magical as the experience can be (listen, I’m using the word “magical”.  I don’t like that word, but it’s true), there’s plenty to consider before rushing in.  In fact, the magical experience can quickly turn into some challenges and disappointments that you ought to prepare for.  I say this not to be a buzzkill, but to pass on some expectations that I wish someone had shared with me those five years ago.

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