I have a love hate relationship with outdoor shopping malls. I love to shop and go outside. So an outdoor mall appears like a fine idea to me. I like that I still get to experience the sunshine even when shopping. But I hate the air conditioning in the stores. It is my punishment, I guess, for enjoying this outdoor weather. The AC in each store is so intense. It is quite a shock every time I walk in the doorway. I go from being a great temperature, the sun on my face, to freezing to the bone. The AC smacks me in the face and leaves goosebumps. It would really be smarter for the stores to possess a cooling system with a higher setting on the thermostat. Have the indoor air temperature much like what it is outside. Just make it a few degrees colder. It could feel like a relief, nevertheless it really would not smack me inside the face with frostbite. What is worse is when stores have their doors opened. The AC leaks out the doorway and hits your legs whenever you walk by. Can you imagine how high those cooling costs are? They literally are throwing the AC out the door. The thermostat must be set super low to not only cool the store, but to generate a AC draft as leave. They really should close the door when they blast AC. It would be easier on the system too. The air conditioner struggles to create the ideal indoor air temperature. Opening the door is just configuring it for failure.