I am new to this listserv, and need some advice. I am looking at a cushion diamond. It has EGL (Israel) certification. The stone is 3.01, H, SI1. The dimensions are 10.27 x 8.6 x 4.55. Polish and symmetry are good, no cutlet and no flourescence. The depth is 52.9%, and the table is 75%. I love the shape, size and beauty of the stone. There is virtually no bowtie. It seems to me that the table is very big, but what I love about the stone is that I feel that I can look so deep down inside of it. There is a VERY TINY straight line - like the tip of a straight pin- which is distinguisable with the naked eye. The price of the stone is well below what I have seen for comperable stones listed on the internet. Are the dimensions for the depth and table improper? Should I be concerned about the TINY line that I see? Thanks for your advice!