I'll admit it, I'm addicted to midway games. At Six Flags, I knew how to win the hoola hoops and quater pitch so our house was overrun with giant stuffed critters. At USF, I stick with 'chance' games (ring toss and goblet pitch), although I've been lucky enough on the goblets to get the biggie a few times, usually during HHN when I have to haul a giant Gingy or Dragon or whatever through all the houses. But now they've changed it from a set number of balls to "pitch till you win" and upped the number of small prize goblets. Ugh! Little kids might like that because they're always going to get something, but it makes it nearly impossible to get the big prize now because you're going probably going to hit small within the first couple pitches and then you're done. It worked well the other way for years...why change it now? They're gonna get less of my money for sure now.