I revisited this 2006 video. The society has changed a lot since this video was published. Things were quite different back then. This was before the great recession in 2008. If I remembered correctly back in 2006 cars were still considered a thing that young adults should have. Now young people are more interested in gaming, social media, and smartphones. Suburbanization pretty much lasted from middle of 20th century all the way to the years right before the great recession. In the past ten years, there has been a reverse, with inner cities are becoming more popular, especially among younger generations. But suburban communities are still attractive to a lot of people. Personally I prefer suburb over inner city, mainly because I like homes with yards and garages, and I love all of that hot rod and muscle car stuff. Here in my country, suburbs offer almost everything inner cities does like plenty of shopping centers, restaurants, bars, etc. Inner cities reduce carbon emission per capita, and help preserve nature by reducing urban sprawl. But it also has negatives, like higher crime rates, and good inner city areas with less crime tend to be very expensive. So what are your guys' thoughts? Do you think people are going to move to inner city in large numbers? Do you prefer dense places like San Francisco, living in apartments and take public transportation? Or do you prefer single family homes, car ownership, and live in a more spread out and car oriented places like Los Angeles, San Jose, Phoenix, Tucson, El Paso, etc?