HERE’s a guide I wrote up on ID stuff for leos, check it out for tips on taking good ID pics. And, to be honest, most of my 15+ year old leos (including ones I raised from small juvies) have several missing toes. I think it’s very difficult to completely avoid over such a significant period of time, especially as leos are often first/earlier reptile pets and everyone makes mistakes as they learn.
I think Gak’s pattern is really cool- he has spots on his body, but not the underlying patches of color that are usually there. While this isn’t a ‘morph’ per se, it is a very cool appearance. If you’re not sure what I mean, compare to my gecko Mina (pictured at the link above), you can see the Banded pattern underlying her spots. Gak’s body is striped, but only by spots and not an underlying patched pattern- very cool!
I have one gecko almost like that, my boy Ochocinco. You can see that, on his body, he does have one clear patch of color underlying his spots over his lumbar spine. Ochocinco originally had no spots as a juvie, it was a cool surprise when they eventually developed from the faint underlying pattern.
I also love how Gak has kept his super crisp head spots! While you could call him Wildtype and not be wrong, I’d call him Aberrant (Banded Tail, Jungle body) with a pinch of Carrot Tail. Colors usually lose intensity with age; a Carrot Tail does not have to be explosively neon orange to qualify, just have 15+% orange, which it looks to me like he has. So I’d go with Aberrant Carrot Tail.