It is hard to argue with the recent ruling of the NH State Supreme Court regarding their decision to leave the redistricting plan in place - alone.
The long and short of it is:
The Legislature put it together with the attempt to make it Constitutional and previous to this in 2006 the voters amended the NH Constitution in order to have that done with as much local representation as possible.
It is the Legislature’s duty.
The Court says it has no place other than looking out for subject classes, such as minorities, not petitioners who feel they belong to another municipality than one they are hereby combined with for a multi-municipal district, which in all other aspects meets the constitutional demand for an assigned number of citizens per legislator.
I only read the decision once but that is what it looks like to me.