The rails were a little lame, the transfer box could be way better! It's a start but if they want to be successful they need to get rid of the RAD RAIL garbage and step it up to UNIT my .02
Cableripper- First of all, you said you would rather see UNIT my .02 features at Wake Island and then you post a video of Graeme Burress hitting BSR Features. The last time I checked BSR doesn't have any UNIT "obstacles"?? I ride at BSR three, sometimes four times a week, and its a fun park don't get me wrong, but Wake Island has really set the bar for cable parks not just that are going into California but all over the US. I would rethink your opinion about RAD Rails because i would ride that park any day over a lot of other cable parks. For Wake Island to go with RAD Rails was a great move on there part, not only are they competing with UNIT now but they are proving themselves and I think you are going to see a lot more of RAD Rails. Who do you know has self watering systems in their kickers and the ability to engrave, logo's, park names, and sponsors, into a rail? I was amazed and props to RAD Rails.
Congrats Wake Island on being the first full size in California,
Hope to get back there again this year!