I don't know. That's what all of Pinside is losing its mind about right now.
I'll say I've seen more than one distributor post to the effect of "ehhhh, you should probably get your orders in". I took that to mean that people with more info than me are seeing trends that indicate supply might be tight.
There's also the fact that many people who wanted TNA waited many months to receive theirs because Spooky doesn't build tables as quickly as Stern. 750 tables @ 10/week = 75 weeks of production or more.
My personal, not-at-all-fact-based opinion? I'll bet they do NOT fill up on Fang Club orders alone, and that some people get a table without Fang Club membership. But the later the order, the later the delivery, and the last people will be getting their tables in summer of 2021.
I don't do good with waiting on things like this, so I'm jumping on this train before it even starts. I'm happy to take the risk as an early adopter on this game, due to all the people involved and the theme.
As for the layout, the under playfield shot was a really cool reveal. I hate pops that a stupid bank in a sequestered area. Why waste the mechs just to have the ball poop out from one of two exits? (ie: Ghostbusters.) On the other hand, I love pops that are out in the open, causing havoc. They keep you on your toes. This pop layout will be fairly unique in modern pinball, so I'm looking forward to that new challenge!
Our pinball table breeding stock:
Star Trek: The Next Generation, Scared Stiff, Black Hole, Roy Clark, The Hobbit, Monster Bash Remake SE, Future Spa, Big Deal, Top Score, Baywatch, Rick and Morty, TMNT Pro, Sinbad, Guns N Roses LE