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^Cool. It's been awhile since I visited the Montana site. This is one of the first developments that got me checking out skyscraperpage in the first place. I don't like it as much as I did back then, but I think I've come around on it a bit again. Still not a fan of the roof though.
Take off the goofy pyramid hat and the arches, and change the stucco and brick to either glass or metal, and this building would be a winner. As it is now this building looks to me like something out of the early 90s. Very cool website though.