Here is the body of my Four Sisters pullover, and as you can see, there is no Four Sisters to be seen. What happened was that, once I had decided to use the columns of twist stitches to help with shaping (they weren't enough to do the job by themselves; if you look closely you will also see shaping decreases and increases along the sides), I looked at putting the Four Sisters panel either up the center back or along the sides, and decided it just looked too busy. I decided this with great regret, because I love the pattern, but sometimes too much of a good thing can be, well, you know. But fear not, Four Sisters will make its appearance on the sleeves.
Along the split (visible on one side) hem, in unblocked crunchy form, you see Bead Stitch; I liked the edge of my Bead Stitch swatch, so I decided to use a split hem for both the body and the sleeves.
Does the shape look a little boxy to you? It does to me; I'm hoping that when blocked, the stockinette stitches will open more than the twisted stitches, and yield a shape with a little more narrowing at the waist.