Upon looking at the details, I now really like the X-Division Title design and I'm also very impressed by the design of the World Tag Team Title. The World Heavyweight Title, being the only one that has no color to it except gold or silver, to me is far harder to make out the details, even close up. Even looking directly at it from inches away, you've got a 50/50 chance of actually being able to see the word "Heavyweight" on the belt.
Still, all three are an improvement on the original NWA designs, if you ask me. (Count me as another person who, while he finds the NWA Title belt a classic, thinks it's also out-of-date in 2007).
Edit: Oho, I had a feeling there had to be a reason the TNA World Title belt was pointedly and conspicuously not given to Kurt Angle when Chris Sabin and Team 3-D received their belts: Because on Impact, Jim Cornette stripped Angle of the title due to the controversial finish of the triple-threat match.
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Is it too late for me to change my mind on the Tag Team Championships? I'm actually very impressed with them, and they seem to be a sort of amalgamation of the NWA Tag belts and the RAW World Title belts, if not for the shape but the color scheme.
BTW, one can end up spending lots of time at Dave Millican's website. So many different belts and variations to check out. Very cool.