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Too bad about the first design being axed; it was nice and graceful even if it did have a few awkward details. This second version is...interesting. I don't know why the top has been given such a disjointed and visually (and physically) massive crown--really kills the sense of grace and height that the basic form has. Should still look nice from street-level looking up, though.