I rode it on Sunday and was impressed. Thought it was a novel take on a flying theatre to have a fast paced CGI film rather than a gentle flight over pretty locations. I think because of that the motion doesn't feel as realistic as say Soarin' but it's fun to have bits in the film where you fly backwards, turn on a dime, etc. It's clear a lot of money was ploughed into the film, it's crisp and beautiful with tons of details I only noticed on my second go. I loved the end sequence where you escape a collapsing cave a la Forbidden Journey.
I liked the outside of the building and the stairs/pre show area look nice despite being all vinyls and no physical theming. Operations were pretty decent, I queued from exactly where the photo was taken in the post above and waited 50 mins, it was chugging along at a reasonable rate. I think what helps is the batching area is designed so only 2 of the 7 gondalas (bottom floor ones) feed into the fast track queue so at least 71% of each cycle will be the main queue. Every other major ride was closer to 50/50 allocation on Sunday which is appalling. The queue space itself is brutal, endless cattlepens in a muggy tin shed with no air con or fans. The taller transparent screens for Covid make it especially claustrophobic and it's one of those queues where you can't see the end so it's tricky to know how far through it you are.
Overall though it's a great bit of kit and gives the park another headline indoor ride. There's a quality to it that's missing at the rest of Legoland, it feels like you're at a proper theme park on the ride.