Okay, pic aside, I will let you know later. You have to ask yourself a few questions here. Who owns her and why have they not shown her to her CH before now? She should have been finished by now. She'll be two this year.
If you're looking for a learner dog, I'd stick with Jazz. You already own her and have not put any money out looking for a better show dog. From what I can see I don't like her ear set. She has better ears than Jazz, but I find the ear set too far down the head. It may be just the pics, but I don't think so. Her wrinkle should have a diamond in the middle. It just says that her wrinkle is more correct with a diamond. Her eyes are light also, but most judges don't look that close anymore. But again, if you're looking for a show dog you want the best you can get. Muzzle length seems better on this one.
Front assembly-I don't like the concave look it's pretty high. While time may change it, I still think it's pretty high. Again, you have white on the elbow which may give an illusion of throwing those elbows out. Personally, I think she's shorter in the upper arm than Jazz which will make her windmill more. I don't like her feet. While I know you think they are tight(and it may be the pictures) I find they are splayed too far. This is something you really have to watch for IMO. There are a lot of dogs coming out with this big dinnerplate sized feet. These dogs don't need large feet like a lab for swimming, they need small tight feet for running through sand and forest. Remember what these dogs do in the jungle and savannah and you will start to do the comparisons yourself. I also have a problem when a dog stands with their feet in the exact same position all the time. You have three different pics, all with her feet looking like their are placed in the same position.
I do like her topline but I'm on the fence about the tailset. I don't know why, I just think something is 'off'. I like her back end better than her front end, but I'd like to see a butt end view.
Sorry I'm so negative. But, you already own Jazz and for you to consider another dog with a similar amount of issues-as I said why waste your money? I would wait a bit and start to show Jazz before you get another dog. Why? Because you will learn sooooo much from showing Jazz. You are already learning so much from our picking apart our other dogs here and showing you what is correct and what isn't.
Please don't think I'm being too hard. It's better to start a little slower and move up than to jump on a bunch of different dogs trying to show one that 'might' be good enough. I know it's hard waiting, but it's worth it in the end.
As i b n sane stated, if you want a top show dog and are determined for one right now, look further. You'll want a younger dog, definitely, with a lot less white. That's not to say that this dog has not been shown, but if you are considering showing her, I'm just assuming she hasn't been shown to her CH yet.
I will tell you a short story here re the age thing. I had a friend who decided to get an 18 mo bitch. She ended up to be terrified in the ring and not very showable and she was ultimately returned to the breeder. She never relaxed enough to have fun. It's not something I would recommend. I know other people and many long time breeders may have a different opinion, but seeing what I saw with that dog, I just wouldn't want to put that much time and effort in to it. You want to have fun in the ring, and you just can't do it with a stressed out dog.
This is just MO