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Your pet peeves that most people love
The premise of this thread is: What trends in Lego's design seem to be popular and well-liked, but you personally dislike?
I'll go first: I really don't like when a minifigure's print goes from torso to hips to legs. I love Lego for its modularity, and so I want legs and torsos that are individually complete and cohesive, so I can mix and match at liberty. But if you have a longcoat that crosses over, suddenly neither part is very usable outside the context of the other. They may look nice, but if they only work in one combination, they're not all that useful to me.
What does Lego do as a matter of course these days, that is popular but displeases you?