I agree with all those here concerned about area traffic--and ambiance. There's an empty Baja Fresh right on Bascom across from Pruneyard that would be a much better logistical fit. My vote will always be that Campbell not succumb to a 'strip-mall mentality', sponsoring yet another 'food joint', or for that matter backing burgeoning, multi-story housing/office projects in inappropriate areas that destroy views and invite noise pollution. We aren't just any city: We have a lovely 'village' environment that really does possess a community feel. An expedient profit choice could create traffic and culture problems for a city that has worked so hard to build and maintain a communal, 'visit us' feel, while being pretty successful at communicating an upscale/inviting environment. It's a balance worth preserving.