After my Xander boy has attended a full CFA Cat Show season from 2018-2019, winning the Grand title with four 1st placings in Premiership/Allbreeds, I would give you my honest opinion based on markings alone, with some reference to CFA Bengal breed standards, (not on head profile):
Since your Bengal kitty is already 3+ mths from the photo, the markings are more or less cemented into the future.
The markings have great contrasts at the centre.
Markings are quite horizontal or diagonal flow which is good.
There are no obvious rib bars which is great.
All these characteristics make the cat look stunning from far, almost sparble-like
The markings start to blurr out on top at the spin with streaks.
The markings start to fade towards the rear, again with streaks, same with the tail markings which is not clearly defined.
When markings have streaks at the boundary (not to be confused with Fuzzies, which is lighter colour with thin micro-furs, like a translucent coat on top of clearly defined markings), when they get older it becomes worse. Moreover, for a brown coated Bengal, the top spine area will tend to get darker copper tones as they age, which will further mask the dark black blotches on top - trust me, it will happen as you can already see it happening from the photo.
Its markings are only dual colour and unlikely to open up into proper rosettes with clearly defined boundary.
All these streaks are signs of pet quality and not so well-accepted in shows.
Compare to those show-quality Bengal from reputable breeders with champion studs/queen and you'll have a better idea.
My verdict: if you are not into showing, this is still a stunning cat with great contrasts.
Depending on your objective, choosing a quality Bengal cat takes time, which can take several months to even one year to wait for the right one with the right temperament and you deserve all the right to choose which you won't regret later.