I got 2 of my 5 rides by offering to be a single rider. i.e. paying attention, standing out of the way on the exit ramp, and madly waving hands when the ride-ops are obviously looking for a spare rider.
I heard some rumors of park employees etc. that were able to ride in unbalanced configurations (heavy one side, light the other) those folks had nearly continuous spins. All my rides were slightly over balanced on one side and that way you get one spin on the last drop. I talked to another rider who said his car was very well balanced and he did not get the last spin.
The ride cycle time was slow and with only 8 riders per car this will mean a long wait. You should plan on ERT goodness unless you don't mind spending more than an hour in line. My experience was: I waited until the crush died down and the line was at the building entrance. While waiting, about 30 people decided they had waited to long and exited. All told it was about 45 minutes.
By the time I got to the line split (left/right) they had a ride-op stationed there to filter the crowd of people onto the platform. They were letting 8 people wait at the top of the stairs and 8 people stand at the bottom (setting up groups of 4). Apparently this was to prevent "crowded, hot, miserable" conditions in this area of the queue. This area did not have a fan as did the two other rooms of line queue. (When I say fan, I mean a 12 foot diameter 10 bladed monstrosity 20 feed over your head). If they don't keep doing this (think small crowd weekdays) you may have a poor line experience.
Some people thought the ride was not "smooth", I disagree, the restraints are comfortable, however, the g-forces are very intense resulting in strong pressure into the restraints (I found myself thinking about the quality of the seatbelts) yet the force is built up over several hundreds of milliseconds resulting in no sudden jarring and no head-slamming. By my 3rd ride I felt courageous enough to hold up my arms to no ill effect (inside seat only).
Be aware the 77" maximum = 6'5"; tall people won't be able to ride.