This reminds me. Years ago ,(so long ago it was on VHS) , Hilda Gurney did a video on confo analysison dressage confo and suitability and how dressage can benefit all types. It was a great video, I bought it to watch with students and Pony Clubbers. Towards the end of the video, Hilda brings out one more horse to critique and is pretty devastating in her comments. Then the camera goes wide so you get the total impression of this big, good looking chestnut horse and she says "This is Keen, so we know he managed pretty well with these flaws."
For those of you are too young to remember, Keen was an American TB and Hilda's '76, '80 and '84 Olympic mount. Underscores the point that when analyzing confo, you have to look at the overall picture of functionality, not just the flaws.
So while Rowan may have a few flaws, I know he "manages pretty well" with them.