#8 is either tarts or farfs; you can’t have them both be seen as different letters when they’re exactly the same. Also,afew too many instances of relying on mistaking Us for LIs or vice versa that seemabit too much ofastretch, especially #10. #12, for instance, hasaconsistent font that has single letters with crossing lines. TheLand theIare clearly distinct letters. #11 isadifferent sort of animal, but not that different; the FI together do not look that similar to theAon its own, but it’s still more mistakable than most of the FL/U ones, admittedly. The lack of space between the letters does the typeface no favors.