I understand that it is difficult to design the body of a mid-engined sports car. If "form followed function", then all mid-engined sport cars would end up looking the same.
But the front end styling of the Ferrari 360 Modena looks a bit odd to me. The two gaping holes on either side of the nose detract from an otherwise pleasant design.
The F430 continues this theme with even larger holes, and it looks worse.
I think I've found the origins of this styling theme: This 1962 v12 Ferrari 330 TRI/LM, which sold at Sotherby's for over $US9 million last weekend.
Stand close to a Testa Rossa and notice how the body is stretched over the wheels and frame. Photos don't do it justice.