Oh, that's another thing. If you had a good experience using single rider here I congratulate you. I'm afraid my experience was not the same. The first time I rode was on a Saturday afternoon. I forgot that they had a single rider line and so I was in the regular line. Wait time was about 25 minutes with the queue around the far back of the mountain, like it normally is most of the time. After exiting I got right back in line, but this time used the single rider line. Total wait time was a little over 20 minutes! Single rider made very little difference at all. As I was waiting, I watched how single rider was being utilized. As you know, the new "trains" are made up of 2 cars with 3 seats each for a total of 6 riders per train. Parties are placed into the loading queue in combinations that make up 6, but they often break your party between the 2 cars. To most guests this isn't obvious until you board and I didn't see anyone who had a problem with it anyway. So that means that the only time they use a single rider is if they get a total of 5 in a train. Most of the time if they got a party of 3, they would ask for another party of 3 from farther back in the regular line. Many times, 3 groups of 2 were seated in the same train, with the middle pair being divided between the cars. This means that it takes a very long time before a combination of 5 had to be used and they could fill it with a single rider. In fact, the single rider line was getting so long that at one point they put 4 single riders on a single train just to clear the queue a bit. But for the most part, the single rider line did not get you boarded quicker and I can see where it has the potential to be slower than the regular queue. Perhaps if they adjust how they are using the single rider queue it will balance out, but right now I would not use the single rider queue. We'll have to keep our eye on this although because of the other issues mentioned here I doubt I'll be riding much.