Fyi this is available:
And just to further clarify on the 1/8" spots, it's likely more of a perception kind of thing. CPC's production process involves lots of heat and pressure, pretty much all the spots squeeze and distort ever so slightly when they're pressed, to varying degrees (lots of variables involved, I won't pretend to know even half of them). I find those small distortions are slightly more noticeable on the single & double split 1/8" spots. They're probably to the same overall degree as the bigger spots, but when the spot itself is so thin, it's more visible.
Single 1/8" spots (whether single or double split single) are also slightly smaller in "depth"- they don't extend as far to the center of the chip as most other spots.
6DSA18 - you can see the 1/8" spots here go from the edge of the chip to about halfway to the inlay:
3143DS18 & 414418 - Here you can really see the "depth into the chip" difference between a 1/4" spot and a 1/8" spot:
4DSA316 - the 3/16" spots I mentioned in my last post extent further into the chip, very similar to the 1/4" and 1/2" spot depth:
No right or wrong answer here, and I obviously own lots of CPC chips with 1/8" spots and they're awesome (and you'd be hard pressed to find a bigger overall CPC supporter on this site
). Just wanted to point out some of the characteristics of these spots in real life vs the chip designer, you just have to remember that you're dealing with an artisan product, the chips won't look 100% like those in the chip designer.