I don’t think any verbal description will satisfy your curiosity vs actual beam shot pics but it’s actually a really useful beam! The spill is wider than malkoff MDC AA (identical to the McGizmo haiku reflector I believe). So that’s what I notice right away. The hotspot is a bit tighter than malkoff MDC AA and the transition from hot spot to spill is a bit more pronounced where the MDC is really smooth transition. I’ve grown to really enjoy using this. It’s a very balanced beam, not all throw, not all flood. Maybe that helps someone just a bit. It’s almost the same as the spill width on the alpha, which is impressive. It’s so light weight that I find myself using it all the time instead of other heavier (more annoying to carry) lights. This description is of the black quark, not this slate blue. I hope it’s the same since the LED size and shape are the same.
If anything, it might make the hotspot a tad bit wider. David Chow has discussed this in the past, but when you add more phosphor to an LED to make it a warmer tint or a higher CRI, you increase it's apparent die size. The bigger apparent die size in the same reflector equals bigger hotspot. This was noticeable when people compared the old stock, cool white 4Sevens lights to the warm and the high CRI limited runs David had, but I don't think it was that significant.