While you may be right, I think that is pushing it. I agree with you about it being the "____ 4th Dimension" I don't know about the other stuff. If X is a floorless, aren't all inverteds? Just something to think about.
True, Peabody, all inverted's are floorless because one: they are under the track and two: they have no floor. X will break records true, but they will be only records in the floorless and 4th dimesnsion category.
On a 4D, you are perched OFF the side of the track in giant wing shaped vehicle where your seats will spin forwards and backwards on a seperate axis controlled by an extra pair of rails within the running rails. But there's much more to it than that. Nobody wants to explain a complicated ride like the 4D
I've seen some pretty bloated SF press releases--pushing the hype envelope on 'cookie cutter' rides, crowning clones as world's tallest, even questionable inversion counts--but even they won't bother piling all these 'records' on X. It's not an invert, it isn't a floorless (frankly, inverts don't have a floor either) and all of these 'claims' detract from what makes X an incredible ride.
A unique, first-of-kind coaster is a sufficient description of this ride. Even SF management knows they don't need much else.
I'm getting tired of people calling this coaster everything under the sun. It is an Arrow 4-D. It is not inverted because you don't ride directy under the track, it isn't floorless because you don't ride directly over the track, and it isn't stand-up by any stretch of the imagination. It will be the first 4-D opened to the public ergo, I don't think that it can be called the tallest, fastest, or longest. It can only be called the first, and I think that is good enough.