Don't ask me why, but we went there yesterday. Low crowds until ~ 2 PM, so pretty much walk ons onto all coasters. All coasters that were working, that is. Batwing was down most of the day. Superman opened late, and then was shut for over an hour for a vomit cleanup. The mouse coaster was running for the first 15-20 minutes after park opening, but then broke down and was still closed when we left mid-afternoon. The old Apocalypse ride looked pretty much ready to run, and they actually put tasteful plantings around it. The landfill / area under the loading zone at Superman appeared to have the same trash that was down there last Fall.
The only semi-decently themed area strangely appears to now have a 50's themed restaurant as the attraction in the saloon.
They put some nuke signs on the old stunt show village facades and are now running what appears to be a post-apocalyptic stunt show. Which makes zero sense, since the Apocalypse ride is dead as a dodo. We walked by the surprisingly crowded amphitheatre, and watched about 30 seconds of the dumbest, most lazily choreographed performance I've ever seen.
Food concessions were awful, as usual. By 1:30 to 2, the mobs/lines in front of the concessions were ridiculous, and looked like about a 30 minute wait just to order. And what the heck is with that place they call a "Johnny Rockets?" Is it me, or is nothing sold there - except for maybe their onion rings - actually the same as what is sold at real Johnny Rockets restaurants? Those burgers were not the same at all, nor were the tendies.
SFA seems up to its usual standards.