You know how when you see something that looks sort of out of the ordinary and after you see it you cannot un-see it. I just made an observation on Dragonfist that fits the "cannot un-see " catagory.
This pic is of the middle set of drop targets. Notice how the "X" insert lines up with the red special insert and the orange Extra ball insert. And the "X" is sort of facing the player.
Next up is the left hand set of drop targets. With this you can see that, due to space contraints, the "X" insert not inline with the special and extra ball inserts. And the "X" insert has a point of view that is looking directly at the player.
And lastly, here are the first set of drops on the upper right hand side of the play field. Like the left hand set off drop targets, the "X" insert is offset from the special and extra ball inserts. Now, here comes the part you will not be able to un-see. Look at the "X" insert. It is lined up to face the drop targets, which is completely opposite of the "X" insert on the left hand side.
I "borrowed" Tractordoc's Dragonfist play field pic so you can see all "x" inserts in relationship to each other. To my line of thinking, the "X"s should be facing the player just as the bonus numbers are facing the player. This is no big deal and it knowing it will not make you play better or worse. But here forthwith, you will never be able to look at a Dragonfist and un-see these "X"s. To me, that upper right hand "X" just does not look right.