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  1. Very intrigued by this as well. Especially after learning how horrible life supposedly was in Cedar Point's.
  2. I'm late to this party, but after my visit last year, I wasn't that upset to see this news (before learning the truth). Not unlike many of its Morgan brethren, this coaster was irredeemably rough, without many enjoyable forces to save it. The best part was the theming in the queue – quite detailed for Six Flags. Of course, it's better than nothing, but if it meant it was being replaced with something newer – even if smaller – I think it could have been a good trade.
  3. I like that the built-ins match the aesthetic, at least! But plenty of room for improvement. And this reminds me that my friend who used to work at the park has one of the old oversized Looney Tunes sculptures from the interior in their backyard!
  4. Yeah SFGAm's foodservice is dismal. But I think just about every other SF park, even SFA and SFSL, is in a better spot than the two SFGAs.
  5. Oh wow, didn't know they made those trains. That mean someone else made trains on the subsequent RMC hybrids?
  6. Strong cosign! We were headed in a good direction for a few years, and then once season dining passes got big things have gotten pretty gnarly. But still, even many other SF parks are way ahead of us, so hopefully this is a realistic one.
  7. Sadly they do it to maximize press, so there's nearly no chance of this unless they assume for some reason that they'll get the most attention in April compared to June.
  8. Harry or Tom, do you have a good picture of the current interior? I can't remember the last time I've been in there.
  9. I'm glad folks are liking this. I was definitely quite disappointed; the scale of the lights isn't really enough to hold your attention from a car (whereas in person they are certainly more impressive), and as has been mentioned, I went on a crowded night and it was handled in the typical inept SF fashion; we waited nearly two hours to begin, with no communication or explanation at all. One smaller pet peeve -- and I recognize this is asking for more, but for what it's worth -- is that as we were crawling by the actors, they would all try to talk to us, but it was never in characte
  10. I will say it is impressive how many folks they've gotten on the app quite quickly, and how much you can do with it. So it is a victim of its own success in that way. But as usual, Six Flags was unprepared to handle a somewhat predictable thing.
  11. This x1000000000! My personal #1 priority on this list – the park was a marvelous, immersive escape back in the day, and it wouldn't take that much expense to bring it back to that level.
  12. I've noticed the same and been wondering what happened to the much-touted LED upgrade they did not too long ago. You'd think it would have lasted longer.
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