The JJP3 reveal was at the expo seminar last night. Game is called Dialed In: They did a Periscope stream from the event (quality is pretty bad, but it's something) and it looks like the archive is up here: https://www.periscope.tv/jackjjp/1ypKdAVngdYGW Looks like 2 editions: LE-9000, numbered 1-6999 (so basically, the standard edition). And a CE (Collector's Edition) at 12500. No idea what makes it worth that much, but there were a bunch of digs at Stern and the Super LE model. No mention of a Standard edition, which means that it appears 9k is the new ground floor? No mention on preorder discounts, but they did emphasize that deposits are refundable. The game itself-never really got a good look at the PF, but more pics etc should be coming soon. Theme seems a little odd-it's based around a phone, but also disasters? Hopefully it makes sense once you play it. There were also some announcements about changes to the game system in the seminar. They're moving the boards back into the backbox (instead of the PC case in the bottom), so persumably this means the ability to build deeper mechs? I kind of liked the idea of having the PC in the cabinet. The cooler change that this entailed though was that the monitor in the backbox is now on an articulating arm that can swing out to either side, which is awesome for being able to see the screen while you have the playfield up. It's always a pain when adjusting or repairing something that you can't see the diagnostics screen while you have the PF raised, so that really helps.