More humanist capital letters B and Eszet.
Both have more natural and longer curve transitions and better
optically curve to stroke weight balance. Also removed brick edge
overshoot from your Eszet's top part (highlighted in red).
There is no “B” in symmetry, and it isn't spelled
Not a letter that is happy to be assembled from identical
Yes, but its far greater level of personalized and stylish elements and design features aren't very "New Typography" style. But show much more resemblance with for example lettering in old children's book covers.