I happened to be looking at the park maps for New England & Great Adventure just now & noticed something... Our park has 11 coasters (12 if you count Typhoon uphill Water Coaster in Hurricane Harbor Water Park which the park did at one point a few years back but not anymore...) Next year Great Adventure, after removing Rolling Thunder, will have 12 coasters. Amazing considering how much bigger Great Adventure is. mrceagle...I see now why you say New England has enough coasters for its size. Both parks have a kiddie coaster, the same family figure-8 style coaster, a big wooden coaster, mouse coaster (although Great Adventure's in indoors), an inverted coaster, hyper coaster, & floorless coaster. SFNE has 4 different style coasters that Great Adventure does not have: another smaller wooden coaster, spinning coaster, boomerang coaster, & super inverted boomerang coaster Great Adventure has 5 different style coasters: flying coaster, stand-up coaster, mine train coaster, indoor in-the-dark mine train coaster, & strata-rocket launched coaster The flying & stand up coaster are not my favorite styles (comfort-wise), so other than Kingda Ka, PERSONALLY I would rather have New England's unique offerings of a second wooden coaster, spinning coaster, & 2 boomerang coasters than Great Adveture's offerings of 2 more mine trains and the uncomfortable stand-up & flying coasters. I know Bizarro is longer than our Batman The Dark Knight, and El Toro is much better than our Cyclone, etc. but to me our collection of coasters is all I really need. New England also has a better flat ride collection, included water park, & next year the tallest-in-the-world swing ride (Great Adventure will have tallest freefall ride, but I think our new 2014 attraction is more impressive overall - just my opinion...). The included animal safari is nice, but I would rather have an included water park. I wonder what our TWO NEW COASTERS will be in the next coming years...as well as what Great Adventure has in store for coasters in the coming years... In short, in the end, I am glad Six Flags NEW ENGLAND is my home park!