I love, love, love Millenium Force (I like Intimidator 305 at Kings Dominion, as well). Top Thrill is great for the 18 seconds it lasts. I'm still a fan of Magnum XL. . . we went the year it opened, and I rode with my mom after a very long wait. Raptor is great, but I think the last time I rode it, I swallowed a bug, and it was on the little video. Mean Streak is rough. My neck didn't care for Maverick as much on the turns, but the drops were fantastic. Mantis, well, I wasn't comfortable, really, either. I like Wicked Twister, a lot.
Food prices will always annoy me, but for the cost of a ticket, not a bad time, really.
I wanted to add a note that Gemeni is actually not a wooden coaster. While the support structure is wood, the track is tubular steel and therefore it is classified as a steel coaster.
It's a shame you missed out on Wicked Twister. It looks similar to most other Intamin inverted impulse coasters, but is the tallest and fastest of the lot. Plus with the backwards spike straight, it makes for a slightly different experience (V2 is also pretty interesting with its 45-degree forward spike to avoid local height restrictions.
Mantis is getting near the end (as are many stand-up coasters). What once was a popular novelty is now just a painful check in the box on the coaster bucket list. Riddler's Revenge is still the best of the bunch, but even that one can be painful.
Iron Dragon, or Dragin' Iron as it is affectionately called, is also near the end of its usefulness. Maintaining Arrow suspended coasters is becoming increasingly expensive, which is why many, like Big Bad Wolf, are being retired. Also, the experience is not any better than what you can get on an inverted coaster, and aside from the out-of-control, will the swinging car fall off the track, feeling of the ride, there's really not that much appeal to the coaster type anymore.
Blue Streak is actually a pretty good woodie, considering how old it is and the weather conditions it is subjected to in the harsh winter along Lake Erie. Cedar Point has done a pretty good job keeping it running rather smoothly over the years. Mean Streak is a completely different story, and whenever you ride ANY roller coaster that has a trim brake on the first drop, you should worry. If The Point is no longer staking claim to the coaster record (now 3 behind Magic Mountain), Mean Streak would be a prime candidate for removal or replacement.
The food can be pricey, but Cedar Fair's new All-Day Dining Deal can be a pretty decent bargain, assuming you're group is willing to share. We did it at Canada's Wonderland and Kings Island over the past few weeks, and it really worked well. Guests pay a flat fee up front ($30) and are able to get selected entrees at specifically identified restaurants throughout the park every 90 minutes through the day. In most cases, the deal pays for itself in three meals, but can be a real value if you spend an entire day at the park, and are diligent in grabbing a meal every hour and a half. For a party of 3 or 4 that's willing to share a plate and simply nosh throughout the day, it can be a real money saver over plunking down $15-20 for each person for lunch and dinner. Depending on how you drink in the park, the refillable cup might also be worth the up-front costs. Typically they cost $15, but some parks have discounts if you buy more than one or pre-purchase the cup online. The cup allows for unlimited refills on the day of purchase/activation, and $0.99 refills on every day after that. You have to drink a lot to make the cup a good value, but considering how much a fountain soda (pop for those in Ohio) costs in the park (typically $3 or more), it can be a good value if you don't like drinking water exclusively.
For those that want a little history about coaster building check out the Cedar Point museum near Skyhawk. They have the original model of Mean Streak. I always liked looking at that. Plus it makes for a nice AC break in the middle of a hot day.
Iron Dragon - That's needed to go for a long time. I have friends who still love it though but I can't figure out why for the life of me.
Mantis - My trick for that is to crouch slightly right before they lock you in position. Then the bicycle seat never bothers me during the ride.
I'm glad you liked Millennium Force. My favorite ride ever was on a Halloweekends. My wife and I were row 1 in the dark. The fog and lights were out for the event stuff and the car was dipping in and out of the fog. It was simply amazing.