Thanks all. I should have taken a bit more off on the left side at the bowl/shank junction chasing the symmetry. I purposely let the shank sides flare a bit toward the bowl instead of keeping it parallel because my reasoning was it fit the aesthetics of what I was trying to accomplish and that's also why I also tried to bring the flared edges as far toward the stem as I could. If I had thought about it more I would have conserved a bit more briar so that I could have taken that flared edge all the way to the stem; but as it is, I'm happy with it. And of course this time around the briar gods were kind to me with the birds-eye and just the tiny pits on the bottom. I don't fill, and those pits are a lot worse looking in the pictures than they are holding the pipe.
A side note about this piece of briar. After I had drilled both the airway and the chamber, I was kinda stumped what to make with it. Usually going in to a block I have an idea but after I put the Rhodesian/bulldog ring around it I thought, OK, now what? My original sketch was billiard but the briar said no.
Then the briar started to sing and what it sang was, "I'm a modified volcano/skater, dumb-ass!"