While I think it look really cool I just have one problem. I don't like seeing all of that coaster ssuperstructure.
And from everything I've seen the layout is not identical to Indiana Jones. It sort of a Matterhorn and WDW Space Mountain sort of thing.
The structure is visible and it does cover up the central temple set with cascading waterfall in the middle of it, however..you can trust me on this since I have been on DLP's Indy several times and know the ride like I know the back of my hard.. The ride is the same at TDS as it is in Paris. Only the queue layout and the fact that the side of the coaster that faces front in Paris, faces to the back of the park (where the queue was recolated) here in TDS, but the track is totally the same.
Euro Disney Stephane has made a very good point - the loop is completely un-themed! That's a little surprising, given that the loop in the French version follows the curves of the large archway at the top of Les Escaliers des Serpents. (The Serpents' Stairway).
But I agree with TDLFAN - judging by these photos, the track layout looks EXACTLY the same! (By the way, TDLFAN, I forgot to thank you for the photos in my last post. They are awesome!)
You mention that Raging Spirits is a superior clone of Temple Of Peril. In what way? Apart from the special effects at the temple steps, the ride itself looks relatively un-themed. I must admit I was expecting something a lot more dramatic from the mighty DisneySea park!
If it's bumpy and rough, many of the Japanese will likely not complain too much. I rode MANY coasters in Japan (primarily built by Togo) that were BRUTAL. Way worse than any coaster I've ridden in the states (other than our Togos). The average roughness factor over there seemed to be higher than ours.
Lets just say that we would never get a ride like that in the states because the excutives dont consider a smaller type ride like that to get that much theme. We will get rides like Mulhullan Madness and rides like that. I am envious of Tokyo Disney Sea.