Evidently ;-) The majority of the island's population does not comprise country music fans, crooks, and forum posters.

But I wonder how the different types of immigration are geared. i.e. 1 expat retiree impacts the economy, environment, and then the derivative immigration (and, in turn, its impact) how much?

There's obviously some sort of feedback cycle that isn't sustainable, but I wonder if the dynamics are well understood. The census will be interesting if it helps in that regard.

(My comments were more in response to Carib Traveler's generic observations than the original post)