What's bad about this setup?

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The following setup is for home network. It's just a theoretical one, a case study I create myself for my (near) future network upgrade. For now, I will not go into detail of my goals and reasons for the setup, but in general, I want it to be as secure as possible, and devices/clients must be accessible to each other with some exception mentioned in the picture.
I intentionally give vague information to ask the following question. In your view, even without knowing the detail of the network and just by looking at the diagram, what can make you scream something like "God, please don't, just don't" right away? To me, it's single point of failure and somewhat flat, which are generally acceptable for a home network I believe.
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