It certainly brought back some fond memories, and made me mourn the loss of many, many quarters.
I'd like to point out that Robotron 2084 had the dual joystick move/shoot setup a few years before Smash TV.
I'd also like to nominate the original Street Fighter cabinet, which used pressure-sensitive rubber pods instead of buttons. To deliver a punch or a kick, you punched the pod - the harder the you hit the pod, the harder your character punched.
It was kinda neat because nobody could dominate the game for hours, like they would with some of the other arcade fighting games. After a few matches in a row, your arms would get so tired you couldn't deliver a hard punch any more, and any newb with fresh arms could beat you.