I am buying an engagement ring and am completely new to diamonds. I started doing research and found a local place with pretty good prices. I went in, looked at a few diamonds and put a deposit down on a .9 H SI2 Excellent cut polish and symmetry, no fluorescence at $3,995. I didn’t notice until later that the reason for the clarity grade is listed as: crystal, cloud. There is no diagram. I also found out that clouds can be a red flag for SI2. When I looked at the diamonds, I didn’t know as much as I do now. I was focused more on the color and clarity, and not the overall light performance. I’m worried I may have selected a cloudy diamond, so I’m going back in a couple of days to have another look at it. I’m going to compare it to another diamond without clouds, this time focusing on sparkle, fire and brilliance. I was wondering if I can get some advice on what to look for when comparing the diamonds. I looked at examples online and I think I have a good idea but it’s much harder in person when looking at something so small with the naked eye. Thanks!