No Paulo, they are lovely. I really like the dark grey one. But to my eye, and that's the only eye I care about, there is a sameness to them. Hulls are almost all identical in general form. Stems are all plumb anbd we know that for cruising boats even fast cruising boats that some rake on the stem costs you very little in boat speed. If you doubt this do your own exhaustive VPP studies and report back. I have. Read my book and the chapter on bows. The boat you post all have chopped off sterns. I know why and it makes perfect sense. Look at my own AMATI. But this doesn't change the fact that they are all (of course there is the odd exception) doing it. Cabin trunks are similar and cockpits and deck layouts are treated pretty much the same way.
So there is definetely a sameness to these boats. But I suspect you don't see it. Of course there are minor differences in styling, one boat has a traditional rake to the transom. But, it's still chopped off. I find the boats you post almost all very good looking but I am getting a bit bored by the similarities. On the positive side I could say it this way, "They are all equally exciting and all equally good looking."
I like variety, change, exploring the edges of design possibilities. I have an ultra heavy Baba 30, a very successful boat. It sails very well and has done several circumnavigations, one solo.
I have the ultra light Flying Tiger 10m that won a major race in Florida (Wirth-Monroe) on Thursday against good competition. We have sold 120 of these. They are a blast to sail.
So these two boats show the opposing extremes of my work and I just about anything in between too. I like variety and individual expressions of design. Sameness is very boring to me.
I don't see any "argument" here. You have your preferences and I have mine. Your preferences are right for you but they are not right for me. Outbound looks at yachting through his own life experinecs and he has his own preferences. They work well for him. They won't work for you. They are not right and they are not wrong they are just his. It's all good and heaven forbid we ever live in a one size fits all world.
I think I can best sum up my design philosophy this way.