The only thing i'm worried about is that i've heard Intamin aren't exactly the best for safety. :|
Intamin's are rather notorious for their less than perfect safety record. In this country, a girl died a few years back on Hydro at Oakwood when she was thrown out at the top. Granted, it was partly the park's fault for not checking the restraint correctly but a well-designed ride should never let a car leave the station that has any possibility of the restraints opening. A similar thing also happened on the only other ride of it's type at Knott's Berry Farm where someone else died.
In terms of rollercoasters, a man was thrown out of a S:RoS at SF Darien Lake in 1999 for similar reasons to the above. That by the way is by no means a definitive list of restraint failures on Intamin rides:Wikipedia list of Intamin accidents
Compare that with the safety record of B&M, where no-one has ever died due to ride malfunction, and the restraints have never failed. The only B&M fatalities I can think of have been pre-existing medical conditions and people in ride areas.
After the weekend meet I've sorta had a partial change of heart regarding the importance of theming. Though I would still like a thrill coaster you just have to look at Rita - it is one of the most thrilling rides in the park but is generally agreed to be a bad addition and certainy doesn't add to the atmosphere of the area simply due to the lack of theming. Despite not being a fantastic stand-alone coaster (as I believe Nemesis is) with massive amounts of theming, including a proper station building and various tunnels and effects on the (maybe indoor?) launch it could have become something quite special. Which is why I think this coaster even if the stand-alone coaster isn't very good could be up there with the Beemers as best ride in the park.
On the subject of the motorbike coaster, for those who haven't ridden Flamingoland's it looks like it shouldn't be comfortable and feel unsafe but it just doesn't! In terms of ride train design it is near perfect. I also still don't think a colleberation can be ruled out, I just don't see Intamin designing a drop section or a double-switchback if that's what it is. In which case I think it'll be Vekoma, an in-house design or some random hydraulics company, though the former would be preferrable.