That's a bit unfair to say. Not everyone is going to like a relatively unthemed coaster, if that's what it ends up being. That doesn't make anyone unhappy. Now if someone is equally as unhappy with Potter as with this coaster, then yes; they are just unhappy people. But I would think the large majority that would prefer this to not be as barebones and "thrill only" also think Potter will be fantastic. Like I said- if they found a way to theme a mountain to this ride, then sign me up. But just a big metal fast coaster- say Hulk 2.0 but with more foliage? Meh. It's "ok". I would hope Universal was past that, but so be it. I don't hate it, I don't love it, and it's better than nothing. I would've preferred a dark ride or gyro simulator (gasp) that used DC as the queue. But when you F up like they did with F&F by not making it a coaster/physical attraction, you overcompensate, I suppose.