Yes of course, but isn't that the same for many other coaster companies.
Going to bask in my victory now.
True enough, but the difference isn't so severe. With Intamin, if you order a thrill ride, you get one. B&M just don't do the fast, sharp movements and direction changes that a thrill coaster should have. Most of them are forcefull, but they're just too gracefull compared to Intamin. It works for rides like Air, but not on multi-loopers. They're early 90s stuff was inovative, but when they got to that formula, they stuck with it instead of trying to change the game again.