Underbelly: The Golden Mile hit our screens on Sunday night and, if the 3 million peeps who tuned in to the premiere is any indication, the third installment in the Aussie-gangster series looks set to be yet another runaway hit for Channel Nine. But many are now asking whether the show glamourises crime and the real, seedy side of Sydney's King's Cross in the 1980s. There's no denying that Sunday's ep, featuring a cheeky and clever John Ibrahim, was a (read: very) favourable depiction of the 'King of the Cross.' But just how accurate was it? Tell us what you think: is the drama in Underbelly 3 jazzed up or just right?