Wow that's emulation! Look like the real deal! Gonna have to check that out, and tilt the heck out of it.
Which PinMAME rom did you use?
You like the pics Chris? Cool. To say that JPG tables are photo-realistic doesn't seem to do them justice. Totally Hyper-Realistic Complete!?
I used the method I described previously as "Best way to go" which takes you to Phoenixx's Install Package. This is important because his VIP installs the latest versions of both Visual Pinball Editor and VPinMAME together in one, as well as a bunch of other stuff like VBScripts, etc. That's enough to get you started, oh, along with a table file and parent rom of course.
Or if you are feeling adventurous and have programming knowledge (which I don't) you could start creating your own table in VP Editor (good luck with that)!
Funny you should say that thing about tilting, Chris. There is actually a function in most tables called "Slam Tilt" which emulates the real-life pinball machine's ability to sense abusive contact and instantly call for a Game Over. You lose any remaining balls as well as the balls of other players if it was a multi-player game. Like you say, that is emulation.
It was all a happy accident that I stumbled across VP. I vaguely remember that I was doing some kind of search for MAME-related roms and noticed something in my periphery to do with roms for Visual Pinball. I thought, hey that sounds fun, bookmarked it, and forgot all about it for a few days. And well, now here we are...