I tend to agree with Alfonso with regard to the fact that I can't say that I hate this game, but I can't say that I love this game, either. But it does have its moments.
The chances of someone rolling a combo of all ones, sixes, and/or correct numbers varies from 1 in 81 to 1 in 16 (depending on how many ones or sixes are in the ARP), yet it seems to happen quite rarely, esp considering the frequency w/ which this game is played. To me, these automatic wins are the most exciting, despite the fact that they are anti-climactic.
Was anyone else watching the day that the contestant rolled all the correct numbers in the price? I was! It happened in Oct 1996 (in fact, it happened during the same week that $17,000 was given away during a single SCSD, another moment in TPIR history). Unfortunately, because I had the day off to study for mid-terms, I was watching the show as it aired, rather than taping like I usually do. Had I been in school that day, this episode would have been taped and would be out there in the trading circuit, and I would be posting pics right now for all the world to see! (Incidentally, the price of the car that day was $13,625.) The chances of this happening are 1 in 1296, so it seems unlikely that we'll see this again any time soon.
It is interesting to consider that, if TPIR lasts long enough, or if they get overly zealous on a MDS primetime special, the first number in the price of the car COULD be higher than a 6. But since that digit is a freebie anyway, it really doesn't count! Just a funny quirk that occurred to me.
This is the only pricing game that I have seen played in person twice.
For me, this game varies in excitement. Once I see anything other than a one, six, or correct number rolled, I lose a lot of interest. I'll give it a 6 out of 10.
P.S./EDIT [10/21/06] It seems that I was wrong about the ARP of the car that the contestant won by rolling every number correctly; it was, in fact, $13,455. You can see 2 pics of this at www.qwizx.com/gameshows/dicegame.htm