This airport was clearly designed and built right before the security changes after 9/11. All the good restaurants are on the wrong side of security and therefore deserted while the small food stands in the concourses are over crowded. The wait/line at security is monumental and there needs to be an alternative to using the train to get to your concourse such as the pedestrian tunnel at Hartsfield. Forcing everyone onto the sardine can train is not fair. I realize airports are not something one would want to live next to but the location is crazy. Easily any hour's commute from south Denver combined with the rigors of the over-inflated airport itself can add hours to a trip that once in the air may be shorter than your wait at security.