It's not that bad of a map. Yeah, there are areas that could use improvement, but I like it's simplicity. Besides, the map has very good fps, and doesn't suck up so much space, convincing me to keep it despite any threat people may make to me get rid of it.
When testing a map and taking screenshots I always use a clean, default install of Quake 3, (no extra PK3 files) plus the map I'm testing. It is highly recommended that map authors do the same before they release their work.
In case you don't know, it is possible to have two copies of Quake 3 (a developer version and a clean version) on the one PC. To make a clean version, simply make a copy of the current main Quake 3 folder, then remove everything except the pak*.pk3 files from the baseq3 directory. You now have a clean version. Click on the Quake3.exe file to start the clean version of the game.
In my opinion, this is one of the better Underwater themed maps despite the fullbright glare on certain parts of the map. I like how it isn't too detailed, so its very easy on the eyes. I don't care if it doesn't look hyper-realistic because its Quake 3!
No, I won't skip this map. I'm keeping it.