He's a great looking kitten and you will be very happy with him. It sounds like you wanted a cat closer looking to his father than his mother, and he has traits of both. The patterns won't change, but the spots will get bigger proportionally. He has a nice light background to the dark spots and the spots do have a light brown center. He also has a nice face. Overall he's a kitten I would pick and i'm a bit picky too. Let's face it, you want a Bengal that looks like a Bengal, and he definitely does.
Now, despite all the warnings, a bengal is a different breed of cat so be prepared. They are nosey, noisy, mischievous and demanding. Be sure you are ready for the commitment to pay attention to him. Initially it's not an issue because he's new, but in a few months when the novelty wears off he still wants attention. You'll love him to death, but depending on your lifestyle you have to give him time a couple of times every day. Also, everyone else in the home has to be prepared because he will be stealing, hiding stuff, knocking things down and grabbing at anything that dangles.
haha, a good example. My Jagger is jumping up nipping at my elbow while I'm trying to type because he wants me to play.
Finally, I know what you mean about amazon boxes. We went though that too. And we still do. Funny thing is he sometimes likes the box more that what's in it.
My conclusion is that to own a Bengal requires that you have a very good sense of humor. If not, you'll get aggravated. If you do, you'll be laughing every day.
Take the time now to cat proof the house so when he gets home he's safe. Covers on all electrical cords, anything dangerous put away, etc.
Good luck with your new kitty.