Sitting in the front the ride provides plenty of ejector airtime, with the best moments being the two double ups, the first part of the double down, and the final bunny. Sitting in row 3, the ejector air is not as powerful at the beginning, but instead is replaced with some prolonged floating air, which will see you rising gently out of your seat for two or three seconds at a time. The back seat also provides plenty of airtime, although I find it was more powerful in the front.
The ride is very smooth, and you would think you were on a CCI woodie. Fans of intensity may be a little disappointed since the laterals are not very strong, and I noted one dead stretch of track between the second and third turnarounds where the ride produces little force. However, the ride features more than enough negative gs to keep airtime junkies like myself coming back for more, and since the coaster rarely has a line, there is nothing to stop you clocking up lap and lap, just a shame you have to keep walking round though.
All in all this is a great fun coaster with lots of airtime, and it definitely makes Boomers worth a visit, and check out the ride at night to see interesting some multi-colored lighting effects on the ride.