There's nothing more fun than spending the day driving down to who knows where to inspect a large slab of stone.
This is necessary because it is a so-called 'natural' product, meaning that we the buyers are expected to check it out and verify that it looks alright to us.
Knowing that you will be spending tons of money on this seemingly not out of the ordinary piece of nature, scanning the surface for invisible inaccuracies of nature, you must do it anyway.
No weird swirls, patches and/or discolorations for us.
Within two months this wonderful flat piece of rock will be polished down and then transformed into our new kitchen counter.