Wow. That looks awesome. I haven't been following this coaster or thread, but that long drawn out element looks like a "stall" to me (which on Goliath is my favorite element of any RMC). Looking good, thanks for posting!
The train really puts it into perspective and that thing is even bigger than I thought it was! I also realized how big the other elements are, though, especially that stall. The train disappears behind the structure for the back half of the ride, so I can't speak for the whole thing, but the first half does actually look a lot "smoother" than a lot of other RMCs in the sense that it flows together more (no complaints here, just to be clear ). I've yet to ride Steel Vengeance but this looks to be a completely different ride experience and I want to ride both.
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