Hello fellow AG fans and inquirers! I am new to this forum, so I apologize in advance if I repeat any previously published topics, although I tried to diligently do my research in advance. Like many before me, I spent countless hours sifting the internet and watching YouTube videos comparing all of the SiC/Moissanite diamond alternatives (for more than a year). As of right now, I've narrowed my search down to two, one of which is the Amora Gem Eternity Super Ideal H&A round (which is what I'll keep this forum topic focused on). I would like to purchase an Amora Gem in the near future, but still have a few questions that I am hoping this wonderful forum can help me answer. I am huge fan of super ideal cuts. I've done my research on diamonds and am hoping it translates to diamond alternatives. I've noticed that for the most part, the various grading institutions are relatively in-line when it comes to color, clarity, and carat (not meant to start a debate), but they vary more so on cut and light performance scores. Obviously, each uses their own proprietary methods to grade cut, but in terms of the round brilliant H&A, the technology or human skill to create a super ideal diamond has been pretty much vetted through. In other words, a super ideal H&A diamond today should still theoretically be considered a super ideal diamond a decade from now. I'm just not sure that is the case with the Amora Gem and other SiCs currently on the market. Why do I say this? The Amora Gem has evolved since it's inception, thanks to Less' fabulous Tiger robotic innovations. And I am afraid that if I purchase the Eternity today, a year from now, a new and more brilliant Amora Gem will hit the market, devaluing the one I would have purchased. And with no upgrade policies from any of the vendors (unlike diamond), I find it hard to commit. It's akin to buying an 1080p HD TV, knowing that a better 4K/UHD is in development (don't know what the latest TV tech is, sorry). Furthermore, there are currently 200+ polytypes of SiC. And although only a handful are used for creating gems, new technological and laboratory advancements might lead to a whole new polytype with an atomic structure and band gaps that are consistently in the D-F colorless and VVS-IF clarity range. Obviously, I can't compare this to a diamond, which is only one polytype (may be mistaken), but how is buying a lab-created SiC different from buying a lab-created diamond besides the price point? I do not want to pass the SiC off as a diamond, but the AG and others are being marketed as diamond alternatives. And with DeBeers coming out with a new line (Lightbox) of inexpensive lab-created diamonds, I could theoretically snap up a 2ct diamond pendant for roughly $1600 and have it recut to ~ a 1.5ct super ideal diamond for not much more than a similar DWE AG. But back to super ideal cuts...for those who own the Eternity AG, is the clustering by the arrow shafts under the table minimal? Are the hearts uniform with symmetrical Vs pointing toward the center? I've noticed that none of the AGs listed on BTD or other vendor websites provide the actual stone's Ideal/ASETscope images or copy of the grading report. The photos and reports are stock and provide no further insight on the actual gem's potential optical precision and light performance. I think I would have more confidence in buying the AG if these valuable visual assessment tools were provided like many reputable diamond sites do. If you've managed to read this far without either falling asleep or getting frustrated with me, I would greatly appreciate your perspective. Thank you!