Fall is the only season where people drive around to see colors. But we wondered what it woulds look like from above. We sent our intrepid reporter to the highest spots in Chicago - the Willis Tower and the John Hancock Building - to compare which had the better views. Which high top reigns supreme?
1,450 feet, plus those antennas, which add another 280 feet. 8th tallest in the world, tallest in the Western Hemisphere. Take that, Empire State Building.
1,127 feet, plus 444-foot antennas. There's enough steel to make 33,000 cars. #25 in the world, it still bests the Chrysler Building.