I do hope Hard Rock tries to move beyond the amusement park model of a couple roller coasters, several flat rides, a basic log flume, kiddie land and fast food joints that just sucks the life out of me every time I see it.
Gimme, instead, at least one musical family dark ride, several interactive, visitor-driven adventures (like Men in Black, but not necessarily shoot-'em-ups), a great table service restaurant with an on-site chef, not just prep cooks with a corporate manual, and an elaborately staged musical show with original tunes.
The end of this season will mark the end of the Pavilion as it is known, making the Hard Rock project the "only game in town" so to speak when it is built. Thousands of midwesterners of all classes flock to Myrtle Beach from spring break time to the end of September, and those people, especially the families, will take a day out of their week long vacation to go to the park. Myrtle Beach has been crying out for a large scale park for years. I only wish I would have had the money to be the one to do it. At least now maybe the minature golf courses won't be so crowded.