I've always been the other way round - doing park (or ride) recreations in RCT or NL has never appealed to me. Perhaps I would get too frustrated in the details.
That's an impressive go at Towers, though! It looks easily recognisable and has all the stuff that makes Towers stand out. The...
It's probably more down to the more recent adoption of sprung loaded wheel assemblies, more than location of the wheels inside and out. Combine that with more accurate track manufacturing techniques and I suspect the "wheels-inside vs wheels-outside" debate is a little redundant now.
Have you read through Poke's posts above? There's a few telltale signs which, when you've been doing this for as long as we have, you learn to spot. It's one of those things where we spot one or two red flags, which when you dig a little deeper you're able to piece together.
The problem I have, and I can see happening, is that people won't ride this stuff 'cos they'll recognise it's just old funfair tat and at the end of the season the park will say "see, people don't want flat rides". That's not entirely true then, is it?
Plus, it's just tacky.
Just 'cos I can never pass up the opportunity to bash them - my personal issue with Boomerang's isn't the roughness, it's the backwards. Those are some intense inversions to take backwards, and there's something about it that completely throws me off. I actually don't mind them forwards, but the...