The LF was priced at $3250. The LC will be in this vicinity, plus or minus.
The LC will have the viewing screen in the front that you can see in the photos, except that the diamond blank will be removed for better viewing of the tube. As per the way all CA amps are built these days the CA logo will be on a badge embedded into the tops of the amps.
The top panel will be in the new ventilation style with an opening to get to the tube. Although the amp is not really a tube rolling amp (that's what the Liquid Glass is for), some will inevitably want to change tubes. Unlike the LF, you won't have to remove the top to do this.
The LC has a gain switch to give you two gain settings and two selectable inputs. As you can see in the photos, it has one TRS and one 4 pin XLR. It is a pure SE amp, but the XLR connector is there for convenience. The PCB is blue.
The LC has only one 6922 so tube rolling NOS tubes won't be quite as expensive as it was in the four tube LF.
I should leave it to others to comment on the audio, but I have listened to it with Abyss and HD800s. Very soon I will listen with LDC3s. I like it. :)