When we look at skyline pics of any city we adjust our perception of the size of the City by assuming scale compared to a familiar landmark. Yet it is really amazing how if you could superimpose one city on another how far out we really are...Example....In Skylines there are some fantastic pics of all our cities, all great, all beautiful but on a purely size and form comparison it's interesting to think how some buildings would look transfered to another city. In the Gold Coast pic, Q1 looks so awesome, which it is, yet if you concider the roof behind the fins is around the same height as Melbournes Rialto the rest of the skyline is fairly low.....slimmer residential towers look taller than Office buildings in our typical CBDs. Another comparison I thought about was Melbourne City from CUB site to Malthouse Theatre and Victoria Harbour to St. Patricks Cathedral fits in New York City between The Empire State Building and Housten St. and the width of Manhattan Is. in that area...none of this is about which is best ..just about comparing physical size.