I'd like to say I marched right up to the qeue, family by my side, the gcurling crew right in step and got right on...I'd like to say that...But I can't. Having a history of of sensitive stomach ailments, I bolted like a fox with the hound nipping at his heels! But...I was able to listen to the accounts of the ride from Greg, his DD, my two daughters and wife (who always knows best ) and was able to do it the second time around! (I nearly bolted again but pride got the best of me and I stayed and boy am I glad I did). There is really nothing to compare this ride to. The spinners knowingly spin you, this takes you into space! Virtually no spinning sensation was felt (absolutely none by the others, I thought maybe I could tell we were spinning on occasion, but it could be that I already had that knowledge in my head and wouldn't let it go). Anyway, I missed both of my assignments as Commander, despite gcurling's telling me to "push the button, Tom" from two seats down and the computer had to save my butt. I can say that I'll be able to ride this again, and I am really looking forward to it. But it will probably be in the morning on days when my body is feeling very good! In conclusion: Disney hit a home run with this attraction. It is not the vomit rocket we had heard about although, yes there will be some incidents. I saw one guy lying in the grass with a cold compress afterwards (the only negative) and it seems obvious that younger folks will have an obvious advantage to us older folks (I'm 48) - Something to do with the fast moving blood in youngsters vs. a slower system in adults...Lastly, both my wife and daughter proclaimed this much better than Spiderman so Disney holds the mantle again (as far as they're concerned) in Orlando (I didn't get gcurlings view). One more thing, the Travel Channel has already been on M:S and I was told that on the next 'Worlds Best Thrill Rides" M:S will hold down either the number 1 or 2 spot!