Morgan isn't smoother simply because of the trains, but simply because Arrow sucked at designing rides.
Also.. your grammar on a forum isn't affected by hanging out with 'people from the projects' for a day or so. All we ask is simple grammar, something you just displayed, in your posts. Hell, even drunk I can post just fine.. shows the kinda life I have.. :lol:
Yes, it was a bad excuse. I don't terribly pay much attention, unless i play WoW (They kill me for bad grammar on that game) which i stopped recently. But I started doing reviews for the local newspaper and stuff, and I'm going to Southern Connecticut as a journalism major, so when I try my grammar is better.
Back to the topic.
Arrow HAD some good ideas, and Shilke was ambitious when he was designing their last few rides, but their concepts were way out of the ability of the designers, and the rides were engineered poorly. They tended to be rough and poorly heart-lined for the most part.
But we do have to give them credit for being the pioneers for alot of the modern rides. They paved the way for Morgan, Intamin, B&M, all of those companys. They built The Matterhorn, that was a major step for the industry. So before you bash Arrow for sucking at building rides, they set some major milestones, especially for hypercoasters. They did Magnum, Desperado, and The Big One.
They also built the worlds first suspended coasters. You can't forget X either, that was a pretty huge achievement.