I am more of a 'forces' person myself. I will love coasters tall, short, fast, slow, with/without inversions, out and back, twister...as long as it is interesting. As far as the length of Leviathan goes, the time from lift top to brake in that video (not sure on the load) is 55ish seconds, which I would not consider short for a roller coaster, and my feeling is that if there was more done with it, it would seem too long and uninteresting. Not to mention B&M coasters tend to be more expensive than say Intamin, seeing as Millennium Force is 1000 feet longer and cost $3M less. MF is only around 10 seconds longer anyway...
I have found that some things I don't think will be interesting on a coaster actually really surprise me, such as the first time I rode Magnum. It looks kinda dull and repetitive, but WOW! And similarly, I have found that some things I thought would be really exciting turned out to be boring or just lame to me, like the first time I rode a Premier spaghetti bowl coaster (FoF, Joker's Jinx, etc...). I am thinking that Leviathan as a whole doesn't really have anything that will stand out to me as a coaster enthusiast, but I bet it will be a really fun ride nonetheless, and I'm not going to skip it when I visit just because the airtime isn't good enough or the track isn't long enough.
PCW_Nut wrote:Wonderland now has 2 World class B&M's in their park, and that, is nothing but good!