Tom said:She found herself on her hands and knees, unable to stand up, and all the other tourists walking over and around her.
On my last trip to visit Jerry and Ardra in LV, I did the Startosphere hotel and while there saw that very thing happen. I believe I posted here once before how shocked I was to find the top observation deck to be open air with only two separated low rails protecting the edge and a 900 foot drop. Several suicides have happened there.
Anyway, as I was moving over to take a pic of the "insanity" ride, I saw a woman on her hands and knees crawling along in total panic -- asking her companion to please help her back inside. Here again are a few pictures I took while on the observation deck. Note how far below the top of the Statosphere that the top of the Eiffel Tower is. You can see it sticking up behind the hotel just to the left of the Strip about half way up the strip.
Glad you like your roof mount. The only advantage I found with a tripod over the roof mount was that if in a dry parking situation (such as QZ) one does not have to break down the dish while away from their site. Of course, the set up upon return is very easy as the elevation does not change and the azimuth only needs a slight realignment.