Agreed, this park has every type of coaster really among only 6 selections. They have done a good job adding some major family coasters to bridge the gap.
-Thrill hyper coaster
-Thrill inverted coaster
-Family launched coaster
-Family wooden coaster
Texas Stingray looks really fun. The middle of the ride does a lot of cool things, like a higher speed hill to turn, drop in the middle of a turn, s-hill over the first drop, then more low to the ground stuff. The finale looks really good too, with a drop inside the turning tunnel into two fast terrain hugging turns with an airtime hill in between. Really excited to go down there and ride it as soon as it opens this winter/spring.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9MK2zT5esk
In this POV, I'm talking about the sections from 1:05-1:23 and then the tunnel to the end from 1:31-1:40. Really other than the first 2 hills and a few slower hills before the tunnel between these two sections, this ride is very low to the ground and follows the terrain more than you'd guess!