Hi guys. Often when concepts for new attractions are first pitched, the initial concept sounds awesome. Like a recipe for the perfect attraction. However, something can sometimes go awry during development, meaning that the execution of an amazing concept might not live up to the strength of the initial concept. So my question to you today is; have you ever ridden an attraction that sounded amazing in concept, but was disappointing in execution? In terms of some of my nominations, a coaster I’d nominate for this is Galactica at Alton Towers. In terms of the concept; the whole “flying like Superman” idea is awesome, and I think the whole idea of having a sedate, nice ride that has a really calm feel is a great one! However, I’ve got to say that I’m unfortunately not finding myself too enamoured with the final product these days. I find the whole position and the restraints that entails quite uncomfortable, and the ride involves some of that “lying on your back” stuff that I personally find quite awkward. But what attractions have you done that were great in concept, but disappointing in execution?