I generally agree that it's unfair to judge an unfinished building, either positively or negatively. However, in this case, there is a growing list of negative attributes that warrants all the negative criticism. Those who like the building will continue to like it, irregardless of the poor design and execution. They will continue to defend it. Very few will change their position, either for or against it. Harsh criticism, where deserved, will certainly help to influence developers, architects, and city planners to improve upon their mistakes. It's better to have a voice than to remain silent. Our city deserves better.