Considering the park were told Swarm would get about 1,100 people per hour and its rides crew managed 1,260 people per hour, I don't hold much thought to what you said. It was either quiet or the park gate figure didn't justify wasting money on two trains on each rollercoaster
I'm actually hoping it's not a B&M. I'd love to see a new Mack coaster.
I'm thinking the same to be honest. All things considered, we really haven't seen a massive amount of innovation from B+M in recent years. The wing rider is great, don't get me wrong but it's still something that Intamin beat them to, albeit to a less than perfect design.
Who knows though, if it is a B+M, we might, just might get something ridiculously innovative.
Mack on the other hand have proven themselves more than capable of pulling something amazing out of the bag with Blue Fire. Admittedly it's not the most intense coaster in the world but it's a stunning example of what they can do - and for a first try at that type of coaster it's pretty damn amazing.