In this example, 35 of the 3-tall bricks (white) should be about the same height as 105 of the 1-tall bricks (green). In practice, the 3-tall bricks were a tiny bit too short. Yes, they are all very firmly attached to each other.
At Comicon, I asked Dan Parker, LCP, if he'd noticed anything like that before. Apparently there are some bricks where the tolerances add up and things don't align as one would expect.
Makes me wonder what I would've done if I'd originally build the model with the other bricks. Would I have made shorter legs or made the center tower taller?