I remember when I was younger going to parks, and just doing a loop was a bid deal. To see how far we have come in a short period of time is pretty amazing to me. Barrel Rolls, Inline twists, and Immelman. The thing thats new coasters do just amaze me. Thats why I am such a fan of B&M, because they are always developing new ways to invert us. I really look forward with whats to come. Arrow's 4th Dimension looks pretty promising. As well as Vekoma's Flying Dutchman designs. I wonder what those new B&M flying coasters are going to be like.
I'll join the camelback crowd, and I'm also a big fan of stand-up diving loops. BTW, has B&M ever built a stand-up without a diving loop? I figure they have, but I can't think of one.
Another Q: What's a "0-G roll?" Is that what some of us call an "in-line twist" on an inverted? Or I guess it could be a camelback...that's what I would consider Hulk's first inversion to be, but it isn't like anything else I've seen.
Nothing beats a 0-g roll in the front seat of an inverted coaster. For a non-inverted, I prefer a the "pretzel", as it is called on SFMM'S Viper. I don't know what it is really called, but it is the fourth and fifth loops.
I like Medusa's in-line twist, Stealth's loop and fly time, Hulk's lauch, and Montu's immelman. ------------- "Put out an APB for a male suspect, driving a... car of some sort; heading in the direction of, uh, you know, that place that sells chili. Suspect is hatless. Repeat, hatless."- P.C. Wiggum