MemberSince99 wrote:To me the single most important thing with any new card is not getting some toy limit and it having the ability to grow with time.
I'm sure you know this but it's not just a matter of cards but your credit as well. I have AmEx revolvers and Chase cards with much higher limits than yours and one of my AmEx revolvers has grown. Both of my AmEx revolvers are now being stunted by bumping against my internal limit. Neither Chase nor AmEx offers my highest limit but they are up there.
That said, certain creditors and products would probably be a better fit for your credit profile.
MemberSince99 wrote:If that makes me an entitled unreasonable jerk, then that's what it makes me but that's where it stands.
Finding what works for you isn't being an entitled unreasonable jerk. Expecting creditor X to change their underwriting just for you, however, is. Sounds like you're doing the former to me.