New Emmentaler accidentals in 3.6 alpha are too sharp-looking
... especially the flat accidental, with too much contrast in stroke width. The bowl is so thick whereas the vertical stroke is as thin as the note stem, and the counter is so tending left. Yet in most printed scores in my experience, the vertical stroke of the flat accidental is thicker than the note stem. The same can be said of the natural accidental.
If you check how roundish the flag of the 8th note is, that's the overall style of Emmentaler. I don't quite find these new acccidentals fit because they look "sharp". Also take a look at Leland and Bravura, neither has accidentals so spiky despite that they are relatively angular fonts in general.
These are links to that change. The second includes some figures of direct comparison.
Let's see if anybody else has the same complaint, and if there's chance to get it addressed.