Played this game at a couple of the Station properties as well; my dad and I both threw $20 in and cashed out a couple hundred -- this old guy was the shooter for most of the entire time on one of the sessions, and it seemed like he couldn't seven out unless it had been at least 20-25 rolls without hitting his point. He had a streak going of at least 15-20 points hit, as well.
If you can determine a quasi-reliable way of relating the dice position to the timing of the button press to derive a leveraged result, apparently you can really clean up on this game. Virtual dice-setting by feel, if you will.
The craps table usually has people running it, and people sometimes make mistakes, especially with a high-motion-high-noise game like craps. I welcome the digital version, it's a wonderfully fun and efficient way to kill time/get drunk/avoid the crowded hectic scene around a normal craps table during a busy shift. If you can get into a groove and the dice are hitting, you're making money no matter what -- why not?