I've just come back and wanted to quickly comment on "Another Place".
I thought it was very impressive and liked it a lot. I wasn't bothered by the fact that they all look the same, because they don't - depending on how much water they've been exposed to, some of them are only vaguely human now; two arms, two legs, one head. The rest is covered in barnacles. Some are rusting quietly, some have been dressed*, some look quite pristine. So I think it made sense to start out with the same forms. It makes the changes more interesting, in my opinion, than they would have been had the sculptures been different from the beginning.
I'm not sure I would have recognised them as Gormley (I've only seen a couple of photos of the real artist) - they look quite generic to me. Clearly a man ;-) but nobody I could have picked out in a line-up, so I didn't get the impression of a big ego either, especially considering that they'll weather more and more. I think, apart from what I said above - that the changes are more pronounced if you start from the same form - that escoville is right and it was simply much cheaper. Not so much because you don't have to pay a model but because you only need one cast.
We went twice, first at low tide, then had lunch and a long walk somewhere and then came back at high tide, which turned out to have been a really good idea. It was completely different the second time.
So I'd definitely recommend it. I could have sat there, looked at them and watched the waves and the changing tides for hours.
* I think it's wonderful that "they" (whoever it is that could do something about it) didn't remove the occasional items of clothing people have put on the statues (not many; maybe ten out of the hundred, and two had smiles drawn on). I wouldn't like it if all, or even a bigger part of them, had been tampered with, but I think open-air art should invite a certain amount of interaction and not be sterile.
On a more general note, Liverpool was really great (I actually prefer it to London last year). Super friendly people, lots to see and I just really liked the atmosphere.