Hi guys. Sorry if there's already a topic like this, but I just wanted to hear some of your thoughts on the Intamin over-the-shoulder restraints. I was inspired by the B&M vest restraint topic and the debate about Rita's roughness currently going on in the Valkyria topic, so I'll get the ball rolling with my personal thoughts on Intamin's OTSRs. Personally, I'm not a fan of Intamin's OTSRs at all because I find them quite restrictive and quite uncomfortable, especially where headbanging is involved. For example, when I last rode Stealth, I found the restraints to dig in to my hips quite a bit, and I'd personally say I'm quite small with regards to thighs, hips etc. Also, I find them to be very bulky, and very heavy to pull up and down. Admittedly, I'm not strong in the slightest, but I find them quite cumbersome, personally. Another reason I don't particularly like them is because I find they cause headbanging more easily on rides that feature them. For example, I felt that Rita, Colossus and to a lesser extent Cheetah Hunt all featured some degree of headbanging due to the restraints. Stealth even has a bit of a rattle at the bottom of the drop, but in their defence, that probably isn't down to the restraints. Furthermore, another reason why I don't like them is because from my experience, they are not very accommodating for taller riders. For example, my dad is 6'6, and whenever we ride Rita or Stealth, the restraints really hurt his shoulders. Also, Cheetah Hunt hurt his back for the couple of hours after we rode it and he can't even fit on Colossus. Admittedly, these restraints are probably designed to fit the "average rider" so to speak, and 6'6 is a little taller than the "average rider", but he doesn't seem to have this problem with many other forms of OTSR, like B&M's or Gerstlauer's, for example. I don't have these problems, as I'm 5'8, but riding the majority of coasters with Intamin OTSRs causes my dad great pain. So that's my take on the Intamin OTSRs; what do you guys think of them? P.S. Sorry for the long post. Also, sorry if this sounds like a rant against Intamin, as it is not intended to be that way. Also, I have not experienced Intamin's softer restraints yet, just to clarify.