Does anyone believe, given new measurements from the SDSS, that we will discover a galactic wall that exceeds the size of the Sloan Great Wall? Also, what is larger than the galactic filaments connecting to form the walls? Can somebody please provide the proper topology of what the universe should look like at scales ten times the largest of supercluster-made sheets, walls, voids, ect...? And if you can provide these hypothetical structures, do you suppose they'll make filaments and walls too? ad infinitum? Are there voids between these "new" galactic larger walls? What do you think? What would it look like if you zoomed out and saw everything at once?