As long as it doesn't have as much downtime as last season, everyone will be happy. But the only issue is the complicated ride system itself. Its a brand new concept. It will have to have some downtime. But last year was appauling
I wouldn't say it's a brand new concept such as Oblivion or Air. It's just a custom coaster that has 14 inversions. So unless gravity changes suddenly, it shouldn't have had as much downtime as it did do last year.
In a way it was a brand new concept as from gerstlauer it was the first infinity that they had built so for them it was a new sort of concept with software and trains, however the down time last season wasn't much to do with software although some was, it was mainly the general construction of the ride and profiling.
Now with the grinding work and welding work performed this closed season not to mention the work unseen like drainage and work in the indoor section this downtime should be lessened however not eradicated totally as all rides have down time it's natural although not welcomed :/ I for one am certainly interested to see what work if noticeable has been done one the cars as they were quite a main problem due to them grinding into the track.