Chadley wrote:True, it may not be a "one-of-a-kind" for us enthusiasts, but to the general public, this is a brand new type of coaster experience for the majority of them.
Plus, how many people of the gen. public even know SFGA or GL exists?? We'll have to wait and see how successful all this is to determine if this is ignorance, better use for a ride, or just good marketing.
I strongly disagree with the "GP is dumb" argument. Look at theme park attendance figures. The parks that invest the most into their parks get the largest number of guests. End of story.
I don't see how anyone can defend this awful decision. Here's a few reasons why this blows:
Everyone else seems to be installing awesome rides this year.