+1 Female dwarves have decent-looking bodies and decent armor models. Male dwarves look look a bit deformed and the armor doesn't help with that at all, because what looks ok on a human-length body will look like a kilt on a dwarf and emphasize all the wrong parts.

Female/male halflings & gnomes still sort of squat / bend their knees in some cutscenes because the feet are spaced for a taller model (human male/female). This is a lot less visible with dwarven Tavs (because they are slightly taller) but does show up in certain cutscenes where Tav has to hold a pose and the camera is angled sharply upwards. Ideally, in the final version, these three races won't look like they're trying to sit on an invisible chair (or poop standing wink ).