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    Re: Matterhorns Open Ceiling

    I know I'm in the minority, but I actually like seeing up there when I'm riding. I love getting glimpses of backstage. I do agree that it's not good show for it to be so obvious, however.

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    Re: Matterhorns Open Ceiling

    Quote Originally Posted by fjhuerta View Post
    If you close your eyes on the Matterhorn, you can clearly imagine you are riding Space Mountain at WDW. Two rides in one
    Now if only we could get the comfy "rockets" that WDW has on their space mountain to replace the awful bobsleds we have now.
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    Re: Matterhorns Open Ceiling

    Quote Originally Posted by TFN5459 View Post
    Now if only we could get the comfy "rockets" that WDW has on their space mountain to replace the awful bobsleds we have now.
    That would be a HUGE improvement!

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    Re: Matterhorns Open Ceiling

    I don't remember the WDW rockets being all that comfortable. I remember them feeling kind of cheap and less durable then our Space Mountain. The one at WDW reminded me more of something you'd get at the OC Fair. Is it so impossible to have individual seats on the Matterhorn? For all of it's flaws, the one thing the Rocket Rods had going for it was a pretty cool and comfortable ride vehicle, how about something more like that?
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