I'll pitch a bit of a strange one... Data East's Jurassic Park (caveat: put in the ChadH code; I'll explain that in a bit).
Basically an Addams Family rip-off, but easy to find sub-$3k. It's got several multiball modes (Tri-Ball, Raptor 2-ball, and Chaos 6-ball). It has one ramp (with a diverter so it can feed back to either the left or right flipper). It has a DMD. It has three flippers and has shots that require using the upper one. Theme is exceedingly family friendly. It has a lot of modes for the era, and you don't see them in the same order so it mixes things up. Can have short ball times but is not an overly brutal pin.
You definitely want the ChadH code, however. It takes away the "free" Tri-Ball reward on ball 3, removes a bunch of bugs, makes it so you don't always have to start with Stampede mode, balances the Mr. DNA choices, and balances out the scoring on the modes.
When I have guests over, Jurassic Park is a big draw. It is easily the biggest draw for those that do not regularly play pinball. Kids like the T-Rex eating the ball and the captive ball to "hatch" baby dinosaurs. Better players appreciate that you have to hit scoops to advance modes and ball control skills are needed to last very long. It has a lot of shots. And, thanks to ChadH code, rather than being a casual mess in software you have a balanced game that isn't overly easy.