Well this isn't the best quality, but he was bought from AB.
I decided not to breed him because I had no pairing females for him. Though I bought him because I wanted to breed him to a light dragon. A female that would throw a lot of cellos and at the time I was only thinking about the colors that he would give rather the form he would help with.
As you can see, he doesn't have the best form or finnage. It is exceptional though. It is also doable to work with. Yes there would have to be a bit more fixing than other breeders. If I did breed him, I would have to work on first of all his edging in general. His fins are really rounded and should be a bit sharper. The anal fin is one of the most rounded aside of the caudal. It should come down to a sharper point.
A potential female to pair him to (looking mostly at form), I would suggest a sharp edged female to help with his fins. A female that has a nice broad dorsal (if possible) and a wide caudal because his caudal is very rounded. If you were breeding for color, I would prefer a dragon or even a dragon geno. Breeding a non dragon to a dragon is going to give less than 75% dragon, some with just dragon scaling patches all over the body and then some that are dragon genos. A light colored female would be ideal for him. If he had come with a sibling, that would be much more easy to work with.