Can i say that yet again people are missing the point.
If it is a Beemer then they have a totally new concept which includes both track and train.
I agree with the too chunky and dominant part if it was a run of the mill B&M coaster.
I'm going with it being a B&M only if its a new concept they have developed.
With B&M, people are also missing the point.
The plans show a very generic track which can be produced by several manufacturers. It's a run of the mill layout for Intmain, Mack, Premier, Gerstlauer and MS.
Every "new" B&M concept you see, you go "Wow! That's something different" as soon as you see the plans.
Here, you go "Wow! That's so mediocre!"
Again, where is the logic in B&M investing millions of pounds to produce the same thing everyone else produces? There is nothing B&M can do on that
layout which hasn't been done in some way shape or form by somebody else already - cheaper.
"Quick Walter! Our order books are full to bursting! We'd best start producing the same old crap everyone else does! It's the credit crunch Walter! THE CREDIT CRUNCH! PANIC!"