Released on November 9 by Britain's National Audit Office, this new report presents a rather blistering analysis of the Millenium Dome, which received some international attention this weak after a foiled jewel robbery attempt. The Dome opened on time this past New Year's eve and has since become the most popular "pay-to-visit" attraction in the UK. Unfortunately, according to the 79-page report the good news ends there. The National Audit Office finds fault primarily with the financial management of the dome, which has far exceeded projected costs. It also finds that the project directors overestimated both the number of visitors and private sponsorship. The URL above links to the official press release from which readers can download the full text of the report and the executive summary.