Would a giant Welsh dragon on the border put fire in your belly?
It quickly found 200+ fans among online voters at the Leader after Wrexham businessman Simon Wingett announced his vision, branding the sculpture the "eighth wonder of Wales".
We've also got a Welsh dragon and an English lion marking their territories on the Welsh-English borders on Deeside.
And then there were the plans for Icon Welsh Gateways that failed to win approval.
So, are Mr Wingett's plans likely to be more favourable? He told BBC News, the Daily Post and other assembled Press during yesterday's launch that the £6m project would be paid for by public subscription and sponsorship.
Plus, he wants it ready when Wrexham hosts next year's National Eisteddfod.
So what do you reckon to the project? Is it a bold idea worthy of support - and / or would you go as far as pledging your own money?