The following Wall Street Journal caught my eye the other day: (Link to article)
Looking closely, I realize that the four charts are identical, except for the call-outs. This is a kind of small-multiples in which the same data reside in each panel but the labeling changes. It's planned redundancy but I'm afraid I don't see the point.
The chart compares four different ways to save money by cutting cable. Here is an alternative that places the focus on the number of dollars saved: