You can hear the trim a bit in the reverse POV but it still looks smooth as butter.
You can hear magnets?
The guy in front of me in line (local, GP) said between Friday and Saturday, he'd gotten in 5 laps. His words sum it up well:
"You can put your hands up for the first drop, the big turn and the first hill, but after that, if you don't hang on, she'll beat you up pretty bad."
I dashed up yesterday, grabbed a lap and left. (No time to wait through that line for a 2nd lap.)
They seem to be having a bit of issues with the trains, as the silver train was off the course quite a bit on Friday, and they pulled the red one a few times yesterday.
With 2 trains, the line moves well. With one, not so much.
The lift is fast, the drop is epic, and the turn made me see purple and orange spots. If they don't trim the first drop, then a lot of people are going to black out.
I'm 5'9" and 180 lbs. (AKA average build and height.) Maverick and Stormrunner beat me up. I braced for impact, and I'm glad I did.
When the track rolls from vertical to banked, it's fine. When the track rolls from left banking to right banking in the same distance, it's unpleasant. I was able to keep from getting neckchopped because I was prepared.
IMHO, the ride is good, but needing to ride defensively is a detractor for me. Kawasemi is FAR more enjoyable, and I'll probably rank this somewhere between #30 and #50 out of 700+ steel coasters.
I'll be back up on Monday for a couple more laps, but I don't see my opinion being drastically adjusted from that.