Slightly off topic, but is anyone else finding the FV3 strat charts a little hard on the eyes? Because they're shown in higher resolution than the operational GFS charts, they (in my view unnecessarily) "spam" the temperature number of each gradient multiple times, leading to little marked numbers littered all over the chart as opposed to just once per isotherm as in the current operational GFS. Coupled with the higher resolution causing each temperature gradient to have a much more jagged isotherm separating it from the next, and the chart becomes, in my view, a lot messier to read than the current operational. I'd argue that the trade-off isn't great - we're not getting that much useful extra info in exchange for charts which are messier than the old ones.
I'm sure we'll get used to it, I just wonder is this perhaps one of the few downsides to resolution upgrades? Or am I the only one who finds it irritating?