I'm a little relieved that the Guggenheim isn't going to be opening the East River museum, although I do think the financial district and New York overall would benefit from both more great architecture and great art. My relief is because I'm a little tired of Frank Gehry's titanium wrappers. They're stunning, Bilbao is gorgeous, but I think it's also becoming a crutch, the Gehry feature that all of his clients now want in their projects. I'd like to see more progression. But if a financial services company asked for the titanium wrappers, I'd think that was cool, but it's as if all his new museums and educational buildings have to have the titanium these days.