Yep I thought I would jump into the murky uncharted intellectual property rights issue named pin2dmd! And I am glad I did. Once you get it figured out, its quite simple. Isn't that always the case! And here it is The beauty is even without "colorizing" the screen you can change the color of your plasma! For the same price a new DMD screen would cost! Give or take and a little work. Its original design was to provide a screen for virtual pinball but as they are all from real pinball machine they can be used for them too. The led brightness and "pop" is impressive. Full brightness is just too bright! but I am thinking if you put a polarizing filter over it to keep reflections down it would be perfect. I tried it on a coulpe of older stern / sega machines and they ran. I am going to put one in my ST Pro to change it to Blue! Anyone else played with them yet?