So I've been wondering - what would you say, in your opinion, is the main thing that separates an average theme park visitor from an 'enthusiast'? Do you think there's a specific number of visits per year that you need to make to really be an enthusiast? Or is it about what you do whilst you're there, rather than how often you go? Or is it about knowing stuff that the general public don't know? In which case, what separates a knowledgeable member of the public from an enthusiast? Or maybe it's something to do with making spreadsheets about queue times....? Is it just a matter of self-identification? To horribly misquote Descartes - "I think (about rollercoasters a lot) therefore I am (an enthusiast)"