While you’re saving up money for that d’Orbigny angrite thin section you’ve been wanting I suggest you buy a chondrite TS or two, just to stay on your game. They don’t have to break the bank. One I’d suggest is Saratov if you can find one. The cost is usually reasonable and it always seems to have a good variety of features. It’s an L4 so the chondrules are large and there’s a payoff even with lower magnification.
I picked this one up for less than $50. The sample doesn’t have the high polish that I like – the mineral grains show a bit of a ground glass texture – but there’s still plenty to see.