The nose and front car of Apocalypse's first train are going to B&M while the rest of train 1 and all of train 2 are being sent to Georgia for parts.
Firebird construction is underway, with electronics being installed and the new tire drives on site. Still waiting on parts for the new floor and the trains themselves, but the conversion of the station will be done by March, with the ride scheduled to open Memorial Day Weekend 2019.
I'd get yourself on Roar if I were you, it looks to me like there is a high chance that park's next big investment could be an RMC job on it (pure speculation).The only thing variation I could possibly see is hitting any attraction that's strongly rumored/confirmed to be leaving
over the last 20 years or so I've made one or two visits to the park, each year, and I've never seen the park with lines that would warrant getting a flash pass. Most of my visits have been between May and August. And while the water park might be jumping, the dry park is single train wait for the coasters. (I've had solo rides there on Joker, Superman, Batwing, and Roar!) Spin mouse might honestly be the longest line... Followed by Wild One. As far as noncoasters go, I'll almost always go on the drop tower. Even if it's only running two of the three cars it's normally a walk-on.... and the last two times I've gone I've gone on the Wonder Woman starflyer. Also just a single cycle wait.Would it be worth getting a Flash Pass?