I'll be doing an update / upgrade to my EMcyclopedia: more machines; revisions to current notes based on Pinburgh and whatever else I go to before I post it; more web-friendly / searchable / indexed / whatever. The first draft was just a word doc I'd been stitching together gradually for some time that I cleaned up so that people would have it to use in time for Pinburgh this year.
I was extremely pleased with the response, by the way. I had perhaps 60 or 70 people thank me for posting it - - friends, acquaintances, people I barely knew but had played a round or two with at some tournament over the past few years, and total strangers who recognized me from videos [or asking someone "which one's that Bob guy?"] and made the effort to seek me out and mention it. "I won my match on machine X and I hadn't played it in years. Thanks!" "I never liked that game, but now I understand it." "I used to avoid EMs, but now that I know what to do, it's more fun to play them." That's exactly what I'd hoped for - - to make EMs more FUN for the people playing them, have them feel comfortable on the games, give people who've rarely or never seen a game a fighting chance against those who have had more opportunity to play it before, show people the slightly different set of skills and strategies that EMs require, etc.
So yes, there will be updates. I'll continue to "pass it on," as Bowen does in his "how to play pinball" sessions and his tutorial videos, and as many of you do through your efforts here and elsewhere. And you're all thoroughly welcome!