After months of delays this Giant Inverted Boomerang finally opened to the public at the end of August 2001. The ride is similar to Vekoma's popular Boomerang ride except that the track is inverted (like Invertigo) and features two 196-foot vertical towers, a 110-foot boomerang, and a 102-foot vertical loop, and just like on the original Boomerang - you get to do it all again backwards!
The trains are four across seating in a V-shaped design, that is, two seats next to each other in front, and one seat either side but further back. What the purpose of this is I don't know, but unless you are sitting in the very front seats, the side seats are much better as you get a better view during the ride. Odd numbers sit in the middle; even numbers sit on the outside seats. The restraints consist of a seat the usual overhead shoulder restraints, but they are more comfortable and spacious than the ones used for the Vekoma SLC and Invertigo.
Seating is assigned so there is no preferred seating on this ride; this is a really bad move on behalf of Six Flags, since when the ride first opened, they allowed you to wait for the front seat. I'm glad I had the opportunity to ride it in the front seat as the ride is so much better. I would not be too happy waiting in line for an hour to be forced into a seat in the middle of the train, and have to sit on the inside.