My fiance and I will going to US/IOA for the very first time next weekend! We are staying at Royal Pacific Resort and going to the parks on Saturday and Sunday. This is a big deal for us, as we have lived in Orlando for almost 3 years and never visited. We are very excited to say the least! My question for all of you experts is around the attractions at US/IOA. I am not a huge thrill seeker, which is one reason why we have shied away from Universal. I really have to work myself up to get on a ride - I usually end up loving them all though! I want to enjoy as much as possible without pushing my limits next weekend. I have ridden and can handle every attraction at Disney. However, I do not particularly care for RNR or TOT. The first inversion on RNR is too much for me, and I don't enjoy the continual dropping on TOT at all. Everything else is fine - in fact, I find most attractions at Disney too be a little lame on the thrill factor. (This is big coming from me - I was literally forced on to EE by friends crying, and now find it fun, but a little boring.) I already know I won't be riding Hulk or Dueling Dragons - way too much for me. But I really want to try everything else at least once! From the info I have given, do you think I will be able to handle The Mummy? Is the roller coaster portion more intense then Everest - specifically the backwards portion of Everest? I think I can handle a little bit more then Everest has to offer, but not much. Honest opinions, please. I am not worried about the special effects, just the intensity of the coaster. Are there long drops? I am also a little worried about Jurassic Park and the other flume ride. The drops on these seem to be a bit steep. Like I said earlier, the drops on Splash and EE are a breeze for me - how would the drops on these two rides add up? I sincerely appreciate your feedback - I am one of those people who gets really worked up before riding something, but get the best feeling of accomplishment once I have ridden. All it takes for me is a little bit of encouragement that the rides are not as bad as I am working them up to be. Thank you!