This is more of an anti-review review. I have a few things to say to the naysayers:
1) "Bad ramp placement"? Nothing is wrong with them, and if there are "problems" it just means you need to adapt your strategy. Pinball doesn't need to have the same timing for every table, and would in fact suffer greatly if that were the case. To complainers: quit being so freakin lazy and learn a new strategy if you find it awkward. My guess is the complaints come from the fact that some of the ramps *require* chaining multiple flips from both lower and upper flippers... but that isn't bad design, it just requires more skill (and is incredibly common).
2)"Completely random"? Not even close. It's just as logical as any other table out there. Perhaps more challenging and/or unique, but not random at all.
3) "Unavoidable loss"? No such thing. That's what nudging is for, as well as learning to not hit areas that are blatently trollish in their placement (a core mechanic of pinball since its intial inception and before the term 'trollish' was even a thing). And most importantly: keep in mind this is a *Deadpool* table... anyone familiar with Deadpool would expect an abundance of tomfoolery at the expense of the audience.
4) "[anything regarding the animated characters]"? Plenty of other tables have parts where the animated characters obscure the view (that's part of the experience of FX2). Besides, it isn't nearly as bad as some claim, not to mention the points I make in #3: this is *Deadpool*... screwing with people (and in particular the audience) is his whole gimmick. Hell, even if you're not a fan of the comic the table has plenty of bits where it makes a point of messing with the player. Don't like it? Don't play it. But don't say it's bad because it's doing exactly what fans would assume. Complaining that Deadpool is being Deadpool is like whining that Star Wars tables have wookies and lasers.
Now, aside from that would I say it's a good table? Yup. But ANY table can be a good table if you are willing to learn its nuances. I consider a core part of pinball the ridiculous amount of time and skill it takes to learn a table. If you think that's a bad thing, my opinion is that you're not really the pinball type. But if you're willing, just have some patience and get satisfaction from the fact that the longer you play the more skilled you become. ALL pinball is hard, and the best tables in history are just as trolly as this table is.
Should you buy it? No idea... that's up to you. Demo it a bunch of times, throw the tainted (and flawed) reviews out the window, and form your own opinion. I'm only writing this "review" because it is driving me nuts that some people are spouting blatent BS. I almost didn't buy the table because of them, and I'm glad I followed my instinct to ignore them.