^I'm sorry, but how in the world are B&M 'boring'. For a start, they are a diverse (enough) manufacturer to make something different for Alton. Let's see how they're boring then:
Sitting Mega-looper - 5-8 inversions. At least 30 m tall. One even has a launch.
Floorless - Same, but with floorless trains.
Invert - Big looping coaster with trains suspended below the track. Nemesis voted 5th in 2010 Mitch Hawker Steel Poll and 12th in 2012.
Stand-up - Looping coaster with stand-up trains. Last one built in 1999, so not so popular anymore.
Hyper - Amongst world's best, smoothest and most enjoyable coasters. Shambhala tallest in Europe. Leviathan 7th in the world.
Flyer - Designed to be 'relaxing'. Simulates flying.
Wing - A new design become popular quickly. Trains on the side of the track.
Dive Machine - Vertical drops up to 60 m tall. Enough said.
Now compared to Intamin, they are not that innovative, but in no way are they boring. A lot of people consider them to be the best manufacturer out there. I know it's your opinion and I respect that. I am just trying to show you that these designs are not boring in any way, really. A boring coaster would be a sit-down travelling Pinfari Zyklon.
I also know that B&M have lowered the intensity of their rides, but at the same time, going to new lwvels with their designs. In 2012 alone, they made 3 new wing coasters, a giga (a first for them) and Europe's tallest.