Ok, now I can see the construction of kite. 55 cells, AR 6.6 to 7.2, 7 air intakes with four cells in between, bridle spaced 2-3, full cell D-ribs, miniribs, lot of straps...
To have that kind of bridle spacing means there is "excessive" D-ribs, but more the better I guess
Inner parts seem to be optimized for lightest possible weight though.
In general basic parameters: AR, cell count, bridle spacing/bridle levels, air intakes/spacing/relation to inner parts looks well designed but who would except anything else from the leading foil kite brand. Line row locations by the chord and mixer (pulley ratios) are usual - and why shouldn't they because it is logical and works very well. So third part (or second, IDK the order) of late "Triple Depower" is not strong (if it is there at all) and I doubt if there is second (third) of the three either. Looks like "just" a depowerable kite.
Different kite sizes have different AR's but same cell count. Apparently here thought has been 55 cells is enough for biggest sizes/AR's and more than enough for smaller sizes. For sure it is, but it leaves a tiny cutting corners design feel. Question is: do the smallest sizes really need that high cell count or would slightly lower cell count with simpler/lighter weight construction be even better?
Kite shape has clear relationship to Soul, it looks like Sonic3 is like a high AR version of Soul. But of course there is not so much room for different shapes if kite has that high AR. Canopy curve looks nice. Airfoil is apparently quite thick for good lift and better usability for intended use, thicker wing is also structurally better.
This shows A line row construction and how D-Ribs apparently are designed. I'm not so excited either of them but of course it is one way to do it. I guess motivation here has been to have those 7 air intakes located like they are now. No doubt it is good work in that respect, they are many and well located.