View the three models, then rate them on 60 factors, offer 13 comments and answer six questions about your personal background. Sounds forbidding? Then consider this: one question you won't be asked is which of the three designs you like the most. Even an architecture professor admits it will require some effort to wade through. Yet this 15-page, 2,600-word questionnaire forms the basis of a three-month public consultation on the three visions for the arts hub. Graham Sheffield, chief executive officer of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, estimates it will take 15 minutes to complete. An online version is available. Respondents are asked to rate, on a scale from one to five, the qualities of each of the three plans on aspects such as open space, the core arts and cultural facilities, dining and transport options. They are also asked to score each of the 21 additional arts and cultural facilities proposed by the three architects - Norman Foster, Rem Koolhaas and Rocco Yim. After reading a proposed timetable for what will be built, they are asked to give their opinion of the phasing of construction. Filling out the questionnaire would 'take quite some effort', said Professor Bernard Lim Wan-fung, of Chinese University. Ada Wong Ying-kay, a member of the authority's consultation panel, said respondents would not be asked which design they like because 'the government does not want public opinion to prevail'. It is the second public consultation exercise. The questionnaire used in the first round was criticised for ducking controversial issues and asking obvious questions. The authority will draw up a final plan using elements from all three designs after taking into account views collected in the consultation exercise. People have until November 20 to voice their opinions.