Amen. As far as I'm concerned, DSC decided precisely how retro it was going to be when they were producing the pilot. Suddenly putting in a lot of '60s touches specifically for the Enterprise feels really weird. It makes it seem like earlier Star Trek is being retconned to be an anomaly; going from "In the 23rd century, things were like X" to "On the Enterprise and only the Enterprise, things were like X." Do I wish that DSC's art style was more '60s-infused? Hell yes! Do I think that ship has sailed, and they should've been more overt with redesigning the Enterprise into their new style, or avoided showing it at all? Absolutely. So do I believe that trying to back-fill a more classic sensibility by putting all their retro touches onto the Enterprise and going from "DSC is a total reinterpretation of TOS" to "DSC is a partial reinterpretation of TOS, with the Enterprise as some kind of freak-ship that has its own uniforms and sound effects and warp nacelles," is the best or most satisfying or most felicitous choice to what DSC has already committed itself to being? Of course not.