Adorable. If one can use the word 'adorable' in reference to a D. antirrhopus. Which I'm sure I can. The coloring rather reminds me of live stock...in the 'I can be camofalgued in black and white because no othe animals can see color' sort of way.
I'm not sure it's so much a matter of taste as inference based on evidence. All the evidence so far indicates that deinonychosaurs had arm feathers forming "wings" and feathers on their legs to their ankles.