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You’re right about the AI file being less accessible, but it’s true that I can make a giant JPEG from it and give you that. So I say vector, and here’s why:
What makes getting the vector file “better” is that it’s more editable and extensible in the long run. Each cap is its own shape. The people may or may not be individual shapes – they might be one big lump of lines, but if they’re individual shapes you can grab each of them independently and make clean-clear sub-images from them. So when you buy a vector, you’re really buying many different outputs at once. Vector vendors realize that producers use their images like that, creating many different images from the combinations of shapes within them.