Good points. If the concerns about the city's growth are based upon the fact that the number of units and/or SF is not meeting demands or needs, that is one thing. Those are valid reasons for concern and should be addressed. But it's another thing if said concerns are primarily being driven by the simple desire for taller buildings or true skyscrapers because they are cool and make for good pictures. Taller is not necessarily better. It is possible that Columbus won't see developers go higher until more of the holes in the core are filled. If the demand continues to be there and the numbers work, the taller buildings will eventually come.