I like the more clearly marked “IN” and “OUT” pads to distinguish between ground and tip.
Another point worth consideration is the use of electroytics in SMD rather than the the standard TTH target electrolytics. I’ve found that the SMD electrolytic caps can have their leads (as short as they are) still bent slightly to fit into the hole for standard electrolytics. The SMD leads just barely expose themselves on the solder side, but with a touch of flux, the solder flows freely into the hole and makes a good connection. Using SMD electrolytics has allowed me to use ups few more of these 1590B and 1590BB enclosures I have in stock. The larger TTH electrolytics have almost always forced me to use the slightly deeper 125B or 125BB enclosures.