I think FTO versions of non-regular polyhedra are no more interesting than other forms of the puzzle. Things like the FT-Rhombic Dodecahedron are interesting because you can gain some insight into the geometry and why it jumbles. When there is more than one face type that turns there isn't any shape that is going to make that look natural.
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