You can do it yourself if you make a *.VIM file and put nothing but the "Variant to Data" VI in there, then make the icon smaller than the standard 32x32 and select a connection pane that works with your smaller icon. Look up "Malleable VIs" or VIMs if you don't know what I mean by that.
It's not that big of an icon though to worry that much about reducing it, and VIM's aren't perfect. It may create more problems that it solves.
I like the size because the input is perfectly aligned with the vast majority of the connector panes of anything I wire to it.
This is so nice, I thought I would need a Polymorphic SubVI for alle the different possible type inputs. Your version is so much better.
Just remember that VIMs have their own set of problems. Just make sure you're not causing more issues than you're solving. A cosmetic fix just isn't worth creating potential pitfalls in your code.
Sarcastic only about the size or also about using .vim here?
Just the size. I don't have a problem with malleable VIs (though they can be quirky at times).
That's what I mean. Is this "quirkiness" worth the cosmetic fix?