Maybe its just me, but lately I'm seeing a lot of new responsive sites that, typography wise, look awful at certain screen sizes. This has driven me to virtually ignore the responsive options within Muse and focus on creating a page using common breakpoints first. Yes, I know that's the wrong way round and breakpoints should only be used where your design 'breaks' but its the only way I can ensure the end user gets to experience the site EXACTLY how I intended. For example, the God awful way in which words get split across paragraphs makes me cringe. Even Adobe's 'Pigeon' example looks terrible on some devices. Maybe I'm a control freak or maybe I'm not using the responsive tools properly (most likely) but as a traditional print designer, this really bugs me.