Probably the best 'complimentary' buildings ever built (in terms of skyscrapers). Pelli used alot of real subtleties here. Modern sheen, but a hierarchy from base to top that transitions from heavy granite facing to diaphanous glass prisms at the top, each capped by a defining and yet simple copper crown. Really post-modernism at its pinnacle, and much less gimmicky than Johnson or Graves.
These buildings softened the harshness of the two WTC towers. Sans that backdrop for the last decade, they seem a bit squat, bulky, and out of place. Only time will tell if they still have that same complimentary effect with the new complex.
Even if you are 1 in a million, there are still 7,000 people just like you...