Does anyone know why virtually all VP is IGT? I know that Bally had a number of VP options in the 80s and 90s but they have pretty much disappeared. Sigma (of Sigma Derby fame) made some interesting VP games back in the day as well. Today everywhere you look almost all VP, (and for that matter, video keno) is pretty much all IGT. Also, why did WMS never enter the VP fold? I like IGT VP but their newer machines really stink. The older cabinets (think -- old, small, upright coindroppers) had the buttons that lined up with the cards. You know by instinct the button you push would hold the cards you wanted to hold. The newer machines have squishy buttons that don't really line up with the cards, and there is an ever-so-slight delay between when you push the button and get a response from the machine. Annoying! You would think that after about 40 years of VP they would have this stuff figured out, but it seems that once all of these classic VP machine from yesteryear are gone, I am going to be one frustrated VP player. Any thoughts?