Seam on countertop cuts vein and then goes to white without flow

last year

I’ve done some reading and realize that when Quartz with veins needs to be cut, it is very difficult to get a piece that flows nicely beside it, because it’s essentially whatever is left from your slab. I was pretty disheartened when I saw ours. The vein is just cut off, and a whole lot of plain white on the piece beside it. I just need to know, am I overreacting? Or is this unacceptable? It doesn’t transition nicely to the next piece. The seam itself looks really good, it’s the vein being cut, and there are no other veins (that could’ve been in that white space) to make that cut vein (and disrupted flow) look less noticeable. Thoughts?

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