That 1st one just shows the item. The 2nd one shows it after 12 nmbers have been drawn. I have a YouTube video of the thing in action here. I do welcome comments (here on LP as I've disabled comments on YouTube for that video) on how I can possibly get the stuff to show up better (what could I do lighting wise....like turn off my monitor, my bedroom light, etc. or any other suggestion).
Now that I've realized the video capabilities of my digital camera........that might open the door up for some new stuff.
Later on, I'll post some details on my proposed 5/60 blog challenge (which would be a must-match-all-5 game.......fewer balls it takes you to match all 5, the more you win -- few as 5 balls and as many as 12 balls to match all 5).
Update: The darn thing has decided to quit working on me (thing that turns the plastic cage refuses to turn, despite holding down the buttons and the motor running). Gears or whatever may have messed up or something. Plus, I've been tinkering around with my game idea and it isn't working out (I've been doing "test runs" of the game idea and decided it's too hard to match all 5.....but I do get close by adding a 13th number). Back to the ol' drawing board (and in need of a small screwdriver so I can unscrew the thing, open the case, and have a look to see if anything can be done to fix the bloody thing).
Until next time, may you hit all 5 numbers in your pick 5 game.