The less desirable tiny relatives of SI1 diamonds are SI2 diamonds. There are excellent prices to be gotten if you look carefully, but they're a little tougher to discover than with the SI1 clarity grade I discussed in the prior piece. Under 10x magnification, SI2 inclusions are typically visible and do not typically require a qualified gemologist to identify them. If you are gazing at the stone closely, you might even be able to see the problems with your unaided eye. You should be able to discover an eye-clean SI2 stone that will make you laugh all the way to the bank, though, if you take your time and put some work into it.