New pool was plastered with wet edge tech signature matrix picasso blue. Originally there was some areas that were pretty 'botchy' (ie more mud than pebble). Plaster company (who did it) came out and said that it was about a "7 out of 10". They sent out their field supervisor, drained the pool (and are paying for refill), and re-acid washed/power washed the entire pool. The overall pool looks great but the two areas that were of the biggest concern still have some 'blotchiness' to them - can pretty much see the grey 'mud' when they are under shade in morning and evening. Harder to see when under sun or pool lights are on and I doubt anyone but me would see the areas unless pointed out. In addition the additional acid washing made those two areas pretty rough and JR Plaster is sending out a tech to 'polish' them down. This of course concerns me because I am concerned it will make it look worse. But I am not going to dictate to them what they can and cannot do as it will relieve pool builder. Pool builder has said if it is still bad we can get wet edge out to look at area and worse case chip away old plaster and redo (I won't accept losing depth/pool area). So is some 'blotchiness' to be expected (both pool builder and plaster company said there will always be some)? My issue is there is pretty much none anywhere else in the pool proper. One area is only about 12"x18" and the other area in the deepest end on one side is about 18" x 24"....note areas are not perfect lines or boxes...irregular shaped with some pebble mixed in with the mud breaking it up. But more visible 'mud' here than other places. Pool is 20x20. Areas in question are in deep end (5'4-5'5"). Am I being overly critical and should I just move one!?