I'm looking at giving an existing application some additional functionality and some light-touch UX improvements. We're not changing too many things are we don't want to alienate our existing user-base.
One thing that bugs me is the cancel button is in the direct flow of the form, whereas the create button is off to the right, underneath the map.
You can interact with the map, so it is a valid part of the form.
The questions is, does this read right or are we asking for trouble leaving the cancel button in the flow of the form? Should it be further over to the left? Should it be simply text with hyperlink underline? Or is it fine?