Another quick video. Even though I have no ramp to get up to the upper playfield, still wanted to see how the shot would flow, and it's working just like I envisioned it. The goal is to keep the ball looping around, but there's a chance you can miss-flip and send it down the left waterfall ramp (coming soon). I couldn't seem to drain it, but perhaps it's because I could easily anticipate when the ball was coming around. I think once I get a wall put up, it'll be harder to react. It's amazing that a piece of cardboard hot glued to a playfield can not only hold up, but actually flow fairly well. When it gets switched to metal, it may end up being too fast (I may have to dial the flipper back).