Mudbug, those are nice looking Partridge & Orange/Olive! Body looks good to me, as does the hackle. What Ard says about the neatness of heads is right; the fish will never notice. But, if you want to avoid the "fringe" at the tip, then you could trim your fly up earlier; before you build the head. Trimming-up after the head is formed is difficult, because by that time the materials are bound tight against the eye. This from experience
Madjoni, nice looking beadhead Buggers. I like the color combinations that you used. Light bodied Buggers work well for me; particularly in off-color water or early/late in the day.
Cicvara, really nice P&O. That body work looks great; dubbing is in proportion to the body and the hackle is nice and sparse.
Kelly, good looking Bugger! Hackle came out really well. Do I see some flash in the body; looks like it.