Huh, didn't know Six Flags had that amount of money to throw around these days. I thought even a copy of the B&M brochure (the black/white edition printed on recycled paper) would be beyond their means. Nice to be proven wrong.
At 45.7 meters tall, I think this is the (EDIT: second) tallest coaster Six Flags has built from the ground up since 2014 (SFGAm Goliath and EDIT: Maxx Force), and one of their tallest overall since the financial crisis. It is also their first gravity-driven (lift hill, no mid-course launch) coaster with an MCBR since 2006, if I'm not mistaken.
Likewise, it's good to see B&M not being idle. They've currently got four built-but-not-open coasters (two of which are actually awaiting opening) and only one coaster under construction, a Wing coaster in China which may also be nearing completion at this point. It's nice to have concrete news of more B&Ms being underway, as I had previously expressed some concerns about their future prospects, particularly outside China. And it's even a beyond-vertical Dive Machine, we haven't seen those before.