Apparently this wedge is called "Express," and is worth $1,000 for a correctly-guessed consonant. After that, the contestant can choose to continue on with the game as usual, or opt to keep guessing while he or she earns a further $1,000 for each correct consonant. He or she can also opt to buy vowels. This turn continues until the puzzle is solved or a letter is chosen that isn't on the board -- if the player makes an incorrect choice, he or she goes bankrupt and the puzzle continues as normal. This wedge appears during round three of the game.
I think this has potential to really change the game, depending on how often it's used and how far into the puzzle it's landed on. What do you think? Is this a good new game element for Wheel?