Simple discussion about which wonders you always go for and which wonders you never go for and everything in between. I used to always build Stonehenge because it was so easy to beat the computer to it. It also gave one or two effortless Great Prophets, so it felt practically like cheating and I stopped building it. Another wonder I rarely build is the Sistine Chapel. The effect seems too small for the time and effort you have to put into it. Not to mention the computer always beats me to Theology (I used to lightbulb it with Stonehenge's prophets). The only time I try to get it is for cultural victories. I have not even once built or even tried to build the Great Wall. I should try to cause barbarians have been a real pain in my recent games. Two other wonders. The Pentagon and the Three Gorges Damn. Too late, too many hammers (especially the latter). Good effects, but certainly something I can live without. There are no wonders that I always go for, but if I have stone or marble, I'll try to build some wonders that get a production bonus from it. I occassionally build Notre Dame or Hagia Sophia if I have the right resource. The Great Library is an awesome wonder, but the computer seems to always beat me to Literature and to it. If I have marble, I try to get it, but otherwise I don't really bother.