Well, so much for being the first TPR member to report back after riding it. Coincidentally, I met CoasterDave at the ebay auction charity ride and we ended up riding partners for 10 trips on the Voyage in that hour (sorry not 43 times though). In total, I rode it 14 time. I preface this review with this comment, I am not a wooden coaster lover.
This ride is absolutely amazing. The drop is INSANELY steep for wood. The fresh smell of pine all around. The airtime on the first few hills is quite noticeable. The tunnels do add to the ride as well. The train carries amazing speed in the turn around portion. The triple down after the brake run and the following bunny hill are my favorite. The last portion is quite amazing as well as to the turns and the increase in speed carried throughout the ride.
I found that as the day went on, the ride got much quicker. The front proves to be the best view and imo, the best floater airtime. The rear of the train I found to be too violent to keep reriding. The middle surprisely has a decent amount of airtime all around.
I plan on posting a Photo TR when I get home (still have Beech Bend to hit). But I can say without a doubt, this is my favorite wooden coaster to date. My previous favorite was Boulder Dash. As far as the air time, I feel SRoS @ SFNE has more intense ejector air than the Voyage. On the Voyage's best runs, I found constant floater air all over the ride, at every turn and rise and fall. This is a profound ride for this park and all enthusiasts. Just watch out for the portion of track before the first 90 degree turn and the part as you go under the lift hill