When I first saw the preliminary drawing of this aircraft in AW&ST, I missed the dual-deck design. I must say, however, that the "wider is better" concept is growing on me. That airplane would be awesome. At the same time, it does seem too big for today's markets. Maybe the apparently huge cargo capacity could compensate for empty seats somewhat.
A couple of questions came up in my mind. First, how many aisles would this thing have? Any more than three would certainly be unnecessary.
Also, they mentioned "five main landing gear posts." This seems to be at least one more than necessary, although I'm not an engineer. I can understand an aircraft of that size needing a four-wheel truck on the nosegear--as a passenger, I would like to have some extra wheels up there in particular.