I really cant get as excited and enthusiastic about this coaster. looking at that height and layout I cant see this being very thrilling and I very much doubt were getting a launch, really hoping for once there will be a gimmick of some sort! maybe i'm being to pessimistic.
History goes to show gimmicks & height aren't necessary to build a thrilling ride. Prime example of that is Nemesis.
This coaster will have nice banked turns, airtime, head choppers & hopefully a nice theme as well as being a wooden coaster that should be enough to get people excited.
Because the first drop is inside a sound tunnel which almost covers most of the track until it reaches the bottom of the site and the first turn into the theming structure, I'd hope they can sneak in an inversion similar to Mine Blower
Most of the GP in this country won't be aware wooden coasters can invert, and what a way to have a surprise than an inversion covered up by a sound tunnel. They can easily leave the brief section till last and finish that section of the coaster in no time during close season (so no GP see it) and then begin rigorous testing for March opening.
Construction seems to be progressing well, can't wait to get back on park to see the site again.