I only made it to #24 - I don't really like any of them very much, at least so far. I like rooms. If there is seating - say, a breakfast nook or bar thing with seats facing the kitchen, I want a wall w/door between that and the dining room. I've always had small, or at most fairly small, kitchens. If they have enough counter space, they're efficient. I'm not a big fan of having to go around an island to get to the stove from the main sink.
I already designed and built with my husband our dream kitchen (equal input, yep). Too bad we needed to move. It was small and even easy for two people to cook/work in.
When I moved here, I added an 8 ft. wall to close off one of the kitchen entries (who needs two from the living room, much less an extra 8 ft one). The living room holds my dining table, which fits in with the other furniture from my parents. I can see into the living room from the sink area, but that's only a space of 13" x 6 feet, and it has cabinets above that view space. The added wall gave me room for more kitchen cabinets and on the living room side, more room for paintings. The house is a lemon (I bought it too fast) but I don't hate all
of its design.