Emily has an F1 bengal named Luca and she had a thread about him: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=22217&hilit
It seems she started having issues with him later. Any breeder will tell you the EG bengals bring a lot of challenges over a SBT bengal. They are not for the faint of heart as they have a LOT of wild blood in them. I don't know of any owners who have an SBT and then an EG and how they get along.
Also, breeding is not for the faint of heart! Last week, a breeder lost a queen just a week after she gave birth. Thankfully, another one of her queens had just given birth and could nurse the kittens. And, looking for a stud for Snickers is not an easy task either. Many breeders are closed catteries and do not allow their studs to service other breeders. Very few breeders make a living off breeding. They may break even or even lose money when something catastrophic hits. We had one member here who was waiting for her female to give birth and discovered the kittens dead. Yes, most of the time things go smoothly, but there are always bumps in the road. The breeder I know has had to help pull the babies out, attempt to get them breathing -- and if the queen needs C-section, a rush trip to the vet or you manage to do it yourself.