Turns out there's a couple of other interesting new styles:
The University looks like a McAllister on the the 333 last. I'm not a fan of the chiseled toe, but some are:
More interestingly, to me at least, is the the Carlyle plain toe balmoral on the 8-108 last:
With the closed lacing, plain toe, and wheeled/fudged edges, this may be a new formal shoe to supplant the Park Avenue, especially for those who don't love the cap placement of the Park Avenue or Fifth Avenue.
I personally have the Fifth Avenue and worry that some day I'm going to find the quarter-brogue nature to be too casual for a certain event (really this isn't likely, as I haven't needed a black shoe in over a year). Perhaps for such an occasion I should opt for the Carlyle...