Both of the Patterns have yet to complete (reach point D). The has completed D and tested every point of its PRZ (enter on test of bottom of PRZ), so we await to see if one, or both, of its targets will be hit (as the stop-loss was never hit).
Some people may then consider what I call a "Bullish Crab" on this chart to be invalid, but I don't consider it invalid, as I consider 3.786 BC close enough to the 3.618 BC rule to look the other way. Now, if it were out at, say 3.93 BC, or something like that, then I'd consider it invalid, and look somewhere else to trade.
Another example of what some may consider a "sketchy harmonic pattern" is my Gartley, that has a 0.583 dip into XA, at B, whereas the stipulation for the Gartley (as described by Scott Carney) calls for a near perfect retracement to 0.618. Now, what is considered "near perfect" is obviously left up to one's own interpretation. I, personally, feel that 0.583 is close enough to 0.618 to consider it within the parameters of a valid Gartley. You may feel otherwise, which is why I chose to disclose this information.